A New Horizon

Sep 02
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lgbtqgmh:

shayxoxpride:

Yes<3

[What people see gender as: white and blackWhat gender really is:rainbow] 

lgbtqgmh:

shayxoxpride:

Yes<3

[What people see gender as:
white and black
What gender really is:
rainbow] 

(via lgbtgivesmehope)

Aug 31
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A Letter to Mr. Akin

After a long hiatus – I’m back. Before I go on I want to disclose a few things. First and foremost, and I’m sure this will not come as a surprise, I lean to the pretty far to the left.  Second, I am a man. Third, I work with teenage girls. Most of the…

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Aug 19
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Far to few people are aware of the Reformed Jewish Movement. I had the pleasure of attending services for well over five months. Though I do not consider myself religious, I did find the services to be very restorative. After meeting with the Rabbi and Cantor to discuss theology I decided that it wasn&#8217;t for me. Even so, Reformed Judaism does great things. 


lgbtqgmh:

Hey! I just thought I would share with you and your followers how the Reform Jewish movement is working to help LGBT people around the world and especially in the United States and Israel :)
Click through link
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Far to few people are aware of the Reformed Jewish Movement. I had the pleasure of attending services for well over five months. Though I do not consider myself religious, I did find the services to be very restorative. After meeting with the Rabbi and Cantor to discuss theology I decided that it wasn’t for me. Even so, Reformed Judaism does great things. 

lgbtqgmh:

Hey! I just thought I would share with you and your followers how the Reform Jewish movement is working to help LGBT people around the world and especially in the United States and Israel :)

Click through link

-tikkun-olam-613.tumblr.com

(Source: lgbtgivesmehope)

Aug 16
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theatlantic:

How the Great Recession Proved, Beyond a Doubt, the Value of a College Degree

The U.S. economic recovery has been anemic by almost any standard. But for Americans with just a high school degree or less, it’s been worse than anemic. It’s been non-existent. 
This week, Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce published a new report breaking down job growth during and after the Great Recession by education levels. And as it illustrates in the graph above, employment has been essentially flat since January 2010 for adults who never went to college.
Here’s what that translates too: For about 38 percent of working age Americans, there has been absolutely no growth in the job market since it bottomed out more than two years ago. To get a job, you’ve essentially had to hope someone else lost or left theirs. 

Read more. [Image: Georgetown University]

The value of a college degree in terms of employment.

theatlantic:

How the Great Recession Proved, Beyond a Doubt, the Value of a College Degree

The U.S. economic recovery has been anemic by almost any standard. But for Americans with just a high school degree or less, it’s been worse than anemic. It’s been non-existent. 

This week, Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce published a new report breaking down job growth during and after the Great Recession by education levels. And as it illustrates in the graph above, employment has been essentially flat since January 2010 for adults who never went to college.

Here’s what that translates too: For about 38 percent of working age Americans, there has been absolutely no growth in the job market since it bottomed out more than two years ago. To get a job, you’ve essentially had to hope someone else lost or left theirs. 

Read more. [Image: Georgetown University]

The value of a college degree in terms of employment.

(via npr)

Aug 15
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A beautiful horizon.

A beautiful horizon.

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Shutting Down the Conversation: Incommensurable Horizons

Shutting Down the Conversation: Incommensurable Horizons

The Conversation

After reading Ryan McGinns’ blog post, Christians, Huff Post, The Gays, Oh My! and the article, Christians Who Are Against LGBT Misuse the Bible, by Greg Carey I found that I needed to take a deep breath to collect my thoughts. It’s not…

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Aug 13
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