Here is an excellent article
written by a fellow seminarian and friend. In it, Marla writes about how anti-miscegenation laws were once the thing that kept bi-racial couples from getting married. It has been 41 years since bi-racial couples got the right to vote across the United States, and while some people are still probably "dealing" with their prejudices, those rights are now protected.
What will the United States look like 41 years after couples of the same gender are allowed to marry, and afforded all of the same rights as couples of opposite gender?
lyrics: "Sense Wiseness" by Fela Kuti
mood: hopeful, yet reeling.
chant/prayer/mantra: Love, now. Spread the word.
agape to all,