“Can We All Get Along?” by The Rev. Kaji Douša

May 16th,2018 Categories: Latest News

“How can we faithfully rally our imaginations around unity and oneness as God would fashion them?

“I speak from my own personal history as a Black woman in America. But the claims I make are not meant to be exclusive to my communities. Instead, I speak from the presupposition of intersectionality, the idea that all liberation is connected and that one cannot be free unless all are free.”

– from “Can We All Get Along?” by The Rev. Kaji Douša, published in Reflections, a magazine of theological & ethical inquiry by Yale Divinity School.