Poems inspired by Katrina, Social Justice Activist, and Dreamers

Miracles Happen After Hard Work


In Alla’s one words ,” I’m one of the Philadelphia Eleven who became the first women priests in the Episcopal Church in 1974. In 1975 I founded Wisdom House, an interfaith spirituality and healing center with inclusive language liturgies, soul mending and soul tending, and mentoring for art or ministry. I’m a feminist theologian, certified Gestalt therapist and a poet who enjoys collaborations with other artists. More…

Mother’s Day Poem


William Swanson was Katrina’s youngest son.  He followed in the footsteps of his parents who were both priests.   He worked diligently in the founding of Katrina’s Dream.  And his philosophy is the foundation of the organization’s structure.  More…




Senior A Muse art work created by Gerrie Kunin

Senior A Muse art work created by Gerrie Kunin

Gerrie Kunin is a well known Marin County  social justice activist who combines her activism with her art.  She currently is focusing her passion on creating a space for artists, writers and social justice activist in Costa Rica.  More…




We’ve mainstreamed torture, haven’t we Jesus?

76 General Convention - BoydMalcolm Boyd is the bestseller author of “Are You Running with Me, Jesus?’ a Gay Elder, a Civil Rights and Antiwar Activist; a “Freedom Rider” in 196l, a 3-Term President of PEN Center USA West, a Production Partner of Mary Pickford in PRB, Inc., a President of the Television Producers Association of Hollywood, and has been an Episcopal Priest for over 50 years.  More…

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