For the first Sunday in Black History Month, we celebrate Pauli Murray, the first African American female ordained in the Episcopal Church. A non-gender conforming, Civil Rights attorney, poet, and co-founder of the National Organization for Women (NOW), Pauli is celebrated as a saint in the Episcopal Church. While we doubt that she will ever […]
Today marks our 3rd day in Black History month. As Georgia Legislators talk to campus officials about sexual assault on college campus, we pause to honor Anita Hill. We celebrate her for her courage and dignity, and for daring to tell her story in front of a country that really wasn’t ready to hear it.