Rev. Selena Fox is Senior Minister of Circle Sanctuary, a rural church near Barneveld, Wisconsin serving Nature religion practitioners worldwide since 1974. Selena’s writings and photographs on Nature, folkways, psychology, wellness, and Pagan spirituality have been widely published, in-print and on-line. Selena travels internationally presenting workshops and ceremonies, and hosts a weekly internet radio show. Over the years, Selena has been a speaker at UUA conferences, including General Assembly, and a guest minister at a variety of Unitarian Universalist churches across the USA. Selena has a MS in counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and does spiritual psychotherapy and holistic counseling as part of her work. She is an activist for gender and racial equality, religious freedom, interfaith collaboration, and environmental preservation.
The Social Justice Team of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe is sponsoring a panel discussion presenting various perspectives on the impact and complex challenges of current immigration policies on Santa Fe and New Mexico. The purpose of the program is to inform, clarify and possibly inspire the audience to take thoughtful action.
Marcela Díaz, Executive Director of Somos Un Pueblo Unido
Juan Lopez, Representative from the United Workers’ Center
Rebecca Kitson, Immigration attorney
Miguel Angel Acosta, Organizer and educator
This program will be held at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation’s Fogelson Hall (107 W. Barcelona Road in Santa Fe) from 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, May 29, 2012. The program is open to the public. Admission is free; donations will be gratefully accepted. For more information, contact Trish Steindler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Everybody! As many of you may have heard I will be taking the helm on the local art scenes in the Rio Rancho, Corrales, Albuquerque and surrounding areas. Thea Morton is still very much involved in the art scene and will be assisting me as she can with art presentations and local art news. The coming monthly articles will focus mainly on visual arts and highlighting two to three community events, exploring art in history, and artist’s reviews.
With February being Black History month, I felt it would be an excellent opportunity to explore the contributions that Black artist have given to the art community. Many of these unsung artisans have inspired countless individuals to reach for their innate artistic dreams in spite of the social and financial obstacles that can impair them…
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