This week we heard President Obama’s Farewell Address. I, for the first time since November, allowed my feelings to come to the surface. My heart sank as I watched the first family arrive at the airport and board Air Force One headed to Chicago to address the nation for the ...Read more
Water is a transparent fluid which forms the world’s streams, lakes, and oceans, and is the major component of the fluids of organisms. In another words we cannot live without water for we are made of water. WATER IS LIFE. Water is essential for our survival and to the way ...Read more
Intimate partner violence (IPV), sometimes referred to as domestic violence (DV) is a pattern of abusive behavior in a relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control over another intimate partner. Abuse of power may be a consequence of internalized oppression and systemic oppression. ...Read more
You, as a poll worker, will probably encounter situations new to you while working at the polls. It is significant to remember that your identification of a perspective voter’s sex is not required in order for them to qualify to vote. A voter’s name that, from your perspective, does not ...Read more
In 1963, student activists protesting segregation integrated a Woolworth in Jackson by sitting at the lunch counter and refusing to leave, only to be surrounded by a mob and violently punched, kicked and burned with cigarettes.
In 1967, the late boxing champion Muhammad Ali refused to fight in the Vietnam ...Read more
Rev. Mindy Johnson-Hicks, CWACM clergy member, presented the first annual Champions for Clergy Equality award at the Rio Texas Annual Conference's Social Justice luncheon on June 20, 2016.
In coalition with the Methodist Federation for Social Action, CWACM will report on inequalities in the clergy system in the UMC ...Read more
Dear CWACM Community,
With you, we grieve the over 49 lives taken and 53 injured in a shooting at Pulse in Orlando, FL early Sunday morning, June 12, 2016. We grieve for those murdered, for their friends and for their families. The devastation in the loss of life leaves us ...Read more