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“The Wolves of Racism: Judging the Other”

posted Feb 4, 2015, 8:03 AM by Felice Macera
“The Wolves of Racism: Judging the Other”
~ Rev. Henry Simoni-Wastila
January 11, 2015

What are some of the inner, personal sources of our racism? “We have met the enemy and he is us.” (Pogo, I believe.) Today we will explore some of the subjective realities that ground our thinking about the world. We will talk about the wolves of our fear-based anxieties and also the better angels of our nature. In healing our society, we must first heal ourselves.

Rev. Henry Simoni-Wastila has served UU churches in Massachusetts and Maryland. Currently, he teaches religion and humanities at Strayer University. Rev. Henry has published about a dozen articles in the fields of philosophy and religion. He is also the father of two children and is a stay-at-home dad in the afternoons, teaching on-line and at night. His wife Linda is a professor of Health Policy at UMaryland. When not being so intellectual, Rev. Henry gardens and plays classical and blues piano.
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