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Pacific School of Religion faculty played a role in the 1968 campaign of Robert F. Kennedy.
PSR grad and author of "Jesus Rode a Donkey," Linda Seger, writes about the annual "War on Christmas" flap.
PSR alumna Molly Carlson speaks about community and relationship in conversation with a Hindu religious leader.
PSR graduate helps UU congregation grow and serve people at homeless shelter.
Professor D. Mark Wilson was asked me to speak in support of marriage equality while another clergy spoke from an opposing point of view. Most of the listeners at WIGO are African Americans in the South.
Linda Thaxter, takes "biblical clown training" learned at PSR to hospitals in the area.
PSR alumna Jen Rude became the first LGBT pastor ordained since the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America urged bishops to not penalize congregations who ordain LGBT clergy.
Rev. Wayne Lavender, of the United Methodist Church, has authored Counting Ants While the Elephants March By.
PSR dance instructor Carla DeSola premieres a new liturgical dance with her Omega West dance group.
PSR alumna Katrina Browne explores her family's role in the Rhode Island slave trade in an upcoming documentary, "Traces of the Trade: A Story from the Deep North"