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“Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” This is a phrase many of us have heard before and I reference it here with regard to our nation’s history of honoring and celebrating the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Some of us can remember – although I am sure it […]
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CLGS is pleased to announce that Rev. Dr. Roland Stringfellow, Coordinator of the CLGS African American Roundtable will serve as Managing Director of CLGS during 2023, while Dr. Bernard Schlager, CLGS Executive Director, is on sabbatical from Pacific School of Religion. Rev. Dr. Roland Stringfellow earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Education and a […]
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Click here to submit an item for Sublime Divinations, the second edition of CLGS’ AAPIRT zine! The Asian/American & Pacific Islander Roundtable (AAPIRT), a program of The Center for LGBTQ and Gender Studies in Religion (CLGS), is committed to cultivating a world where AAPI LGBTQ+ communities and their allies can freely imagine, create, and sustain […]
21 November 2022 A message from PSR President David Vásquez-Levy — The community at Pacific School of Religion stands in solidarity and grief with the victims and families of the horrendous attack on Club Q in Colorado Springs this past Saturday night. Five precious lives were lost, many more were hurt and traumatized, and a […]
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LGBTQ+ Latinx Health Guide on HIV/AIDS for Faith Communities A New Bilingual Resource from The CLGS Latinx Roundtable | Fe, Familia, Igualdad This guide, the newest resource created by the CLGS Latinx Roundtable, includes information on HIV/AIDS and how it has an impact on Latinx persons, families, and faith communities. In addition, this resource – […]
Under the guise of “parental rights” students are being shamed into silence and teachers are being censored. LGBTQ youth in Florida, and many others states, are subjected to fearmongering tactics to prevent them from speaking honestly about their own lived experiences. In addition to Florida’s so-called “Don’t Say Gay” law, the Department of Education in […]