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    Wed, 13 Jun 2018
    blogAuthorized Bio

    This is my authorized bio for presentations by Transgender Faith Tour. Stephanie Mott, LMSW Stephanie Mott lives in Topeka, Kansas. She is employed as a Mental Health Clinician at Valeo Behavioral Healthcare. She is the Founder/Director of the Transgender Faith Tour and President/Executive Director of Kansas Statewide Transgender... more...

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    Tue, 12 Jun 2018
    blogD-Day

    We recently celebrated our war veterans on Memorial Day and last week marked the 74th anniversary of the historic D-Day invasion. During World War II (1939-1945), the three month Battle of Normandy, (June - August 1944), resulted in the Allied liberation of Western Europe from Nazi Germany’s control. Operation Overlord, as the... more...

  • blog
    Wed, 11 Apr 2018
    blogRev. Julie Johnson Staples receives Emily Taylor...

    LAWRENCE — Since 1970, the Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity has honored a select group of women to be inducted into the University of Kansas Women’s Hall of Fame. It honors and celebrates KU’s rich legacy of women who, through their transformational leadership and contributions, have changed the... more...

  • blog
    Fri, 12 Jan 2018
    blogThere are No S***hole Countries

    Today marks eight years since a horrific earthquake decimated the island nation of Haiti. Sadly we are now flooded with news that our U.S. president has reportedly disparaged not only Haiti, but also countries in Africa, allegedly calling them "s***hole countries. His remarks, though both racist and deeply troubling, seem to be... more...

  • blog
    Mon, 20 Mar 2017
    blogFounding Director, The Rev. Bob Chase Retires

    Intersections International announces the retirement of its Founding Director, The Reverend Robert Chase. A decade ago, the Collegiate Churches entrusted Reverend Chase with the responsibility of sculpting their vision, that of an organization working on the front lines of national and global conflict to bring greater understanding,... more...

  • Article
    Wed, 1 Mar 2017
    Founding Director, The Rev. Bob Chase Retires

    Intersections International announces the retirement of its Founding Director, The Reverend Robert Chase. A decade ago, the Collegiate Churches entrusted Reverend Chase with the responsibility of sculpting their vision, that of an organization working on the front lines of national and global conflict to bring greater understanding,... more...

  • Article
    Wed, 16 Nov 2016
    Celebrate Native American Heritage Month

    In celebration of Native American Heritage Month the film list below came to our attention from POV. As we continue our work to amplify Indigenous Voices, build partnerships with the Lunaape Nation, we share with you stories from native communities available this November on PBS and WORLD Channel.  During these “interesting... more...

  • blog
    Mon, 14 Nov 2016
    A Country in Divide – How Can We Move Forward?

      Now that this deeply polarizing presidential election is over, it is time to begin to think about how we move forward as a country. This election has brought to light the deep disconnect that exists between various segments of our society, whether it is across race, religion, economic status, military service, or education... more...

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    Mon, 28 Mar 2016
    blogBreaking News: Bombing in Pakistan

    UPDATE: After sharing this blog with our Pakistani friends and UPIC delegates, we received an outpouring of heartfelt and insightful responses. Please read Junaid Ahmad's words at the end of the blog, as well as the comments below. ___________________________________ On March 27, the New York Times reported: A suicide bomber set... more...

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    Mon, 7 Mar 2016
    blogOf Shalom and Salaam

    The following article appeared  in the March 4, 2016 edition of Pakistan’s online paper, The Friday Times... “The Jewish community in Pakistan is almost non-existent and often lives in secrecy out of fear of anti-Semitic violence. But last month, an audience in Lahore packed into a room to hear a talk from Rabbi Reuven... more...

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