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Oct 2011 04

Beyond Our Walled Streets

Posted in Sermons, Social Justice

Delivered on the Lord’s Day | July 25, 2010 Luke 10:25-37 It is the nature of democracy to have competing interests among citizens that often create conflict between them. There is tension between have and have not, rich and poor, black and white which thankfully has compelled our country to look squarely at itself, shed […]

May 2011 19

Affirmative Action

Posted in Articles, Social Justice, Speeches

September 14, 2006 Nearly forty have passed since the death of Martin Luther King Jr, but the struggle for Civil and Human Rights continue in America today. The 1960’s represented a time in our nation when people of all colors, genders and religious persuasions joined together as once voice to speak against the continuing injustices […]

Oct 2007 06

Democracy in Peril: Voting our Values and Valuing Our Vote

Posted in Democracy, Speeches

South Oakland County NAACP, October 6, 2007 Today as we look out over our beloved country, would it be an exaggeration to say that our democracy is in grave peril; that the ship of state appears to be nose-diving into a deep abyss; that special interests appear to be corroding our basic freedoms, rights and […]

Feb 2007 10

The Issue is Still Freedom

Posted in Social Justice, Speeches

Delivered at the AFSCME Banquet. Martin Luther King. Jr. Celebration. The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Dearborn Hyatt Regency Hotel, Dearborn, Michigan. February 10, 2007 We gather today to pay tribute to a man who was one of America’s greatest freedom fighters. His legacy of non-violent social change is perhaps one of the greatest stories […]

May 2005 23

Defending Progressive Moral Values Against Religious Intolerance

Posted in Democracy, Diversity, Speeches

A presentation to the Michigan Coalition for Human Rights (MCHR), May 23, 2005 at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Royal Oak, Michigan. Carlyle Fielding Stewart, III I want to call attention to some of the troubling trends that I see developing between conservative Evangelicals and conservative Republicans in their efforts to consolidate political power and homogenize […]

Nov 2004 07

Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters

Posted in Sermons, Social Justice

Delivered on the Lord’s Day | November 7, 2004 Amos 5:16-24 Matthew 6:24 “Take away from me the noise of your songs, For I will not hear the melody of your stringed instruments. But let justice roll down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream.” Amos 6:23-24 “No one can serve two masters; for […]

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