To be a disciple is to be anti-racist. Through self and communal reflection and by continuing to gather resources, ideas, and wisdom, we hope this online collection supports our journey on the road of justice and grace.
We partnered with the United Church of Christ Justice and Witness Ministries to bring you this advocacy toolkit. The issues raised here stem from the variety of services CHHSM organizations provide nationwide.
The marketing team of Cedar Community in West Bend, Wis., are recipients of two Aster Awards for 2022. The awards are given for healthcare marketing. “Cedar Community is honored to be recognized nationally in marketing and advertising among our long-term healthcare peers,” said Sarah Malchow, vice president of development. “It is truly a testament to…Read More
Advocate Aurora Health, based in Downers Grove, Ill., and Milwaukee, Wis., is pledging to cut its greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030 and to achieve net zero by 2050. Made through the White House’s and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Care Sector pledge, this commitment by one of the country’s largest…Read More
By the Rev. John Gant. This column, part of the Parker Center blog’s ‘Here I Stand’ series, is reprinted with permission from the Ruth Frost Parker Center for Abundant Aging of United Church Homes. The command was neither invitational nor gentle. Nor did it involve a courtroom and a swearing in. Maybe a little swearing…Read More
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From the President
As I pen this article, I am watching news coverage of the funeral for Jayland Walker, yet another Black life ended at the hands of law enforcement. Once again, a family must mourn a tragic loss, and Black and Brown people are again reminded that they are guilty until proven innocent. Oh wait, Jayland Walker…Read More