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Why I’m voting YES on 62 and NO on 66

Editors’ Note: This week’s post, the final installment in our pre-election #PropDropFriday series, addresses the morally bereft system of capital punishment. Californians have before them two propositions concerning the death penalty, only one of which calls for its outright abolition, a

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The Critical Importance of Legal Representation

When people refer to the “justice gap” in the United States, they usually mean the unequal treatment of people in our criminal justice system. But the gap extends to our civil justice system, too. Unlike criminal defendants who normally get

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GLIDE Pride – Affirming Life and Love

by Pastor Karen Oliveto Pride 2012 was a wonderful celebration as GLIDE took to the streets with great joy and enthusiasm.  Marching participants included small children to some of our older members, people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, races,

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Westfield State is GLIDE!

by Ryan Meersman, Student Volunteer A little over a month ago, a group of 17 from Westfield State University, a Massachusetts state university, were welcomed into GLIDE’s doors for Sunday Celebration.  Tears flowed, bodies moved and danced, voices sang, and

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The Things that Make for Peace!

by Dr. Karen Oliveto, Pastor The morning after the executions of Troy Davis and Lawrence Russell Brewer found me mulling over Luke 19: (41) As he came near and saw the city, he wept over it, (42) saying, “If you,

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At SF City Hall. #transyouth need our LOVE and support, not damaging, discriminatory policies! GLIDE attending the Trans March rally for trans and gsc youth. #supporttransyouth Thank you to our friends @atkearneyinc for this wonderful gift, and for your consistent volunteer service! So grateful! #givingback Did you know that #RosaParks was fired from her job as a seamstress at a local department store after famously refusing to give up her seat on the bus? She went on to live a lifetime of activism. She fought for the rights of political prisoners, created a scholarship foundation for college-bound seniors, and even served on the Board of Advocates of @plannedparenthood Clink the link in our profile to learn more! #everydayhero #blackhistorymonth #civilrights #solidarity

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