Blog Archives

The African American Roots of Radical Inclusivity at GLIDE: A Conversation

In our concluding post in honor of Black History Month, we offer the following excerpts from a recent conversation with GLIDE’s Isoke Femi and James Lin about the African American roots of GLIDE’s ethos of radical inclusion. Isoke Femi: People

Tagged with: , , , , , ,
Posted in GLIDE advocacy, Glide Church, GLIDE Team, GLIDE values, Uncategorized

Rosa Parks, Unbracketed

“At the time I was arrested I had no idea it would turn into this. It was just a day like any other day. The only thing that made it significant was that the masses of the people joined in.”

Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , ,
Posted in GLIDE advocacy, GLIDE history, GLIDE values, Uncategorized

Check-in with Rita: What I’m Thankful For

At GLIDE, we are thankful for the community we create and nurture here. We are especially grateful for our GLIDE community as our nation’s political and social landscape is rapidly changing after the recent election. This week we sat down with our Executive Director

Tagged with: , , , , , ,
Posted in GLIDE values, Uncategorized
GLIDE Instagram
Janice Mirikitani leading the GLIDE contingent at Saturday's #WomensMarch2018! #hearourvote #powertothepolls #togetherwerise #WomenOfGLIDE Together we rise! GLIDE folks united with SF & @womensmarchbayarea! Gender, racial and economic equity now!#WomensMarch2018 #PowerToThePolls #timesup #hearourvote Together we rise! GLIDE folks united with SF & @womensmarchbayarea! Gender, racial & economic equity now!#WomensMarch2018 #PowerToThePolls #timesup @womensmarch @womensmarchglobal #hearourvote Together we rise! United for women's rights! #womensmarch2018 #powertothepolls #timesup @womensmarchbayarea #hearourvote

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 24,236 other followers