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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

When it comes to success, many organizations and institutions give lip service to diversity. It’s listed in their mission, vision, and as a core value. But when it comes to diversity in their higher echelons, the proof is NOT in the pudding. 248 more words


'Cowspiracy' Shown at Gateway

In celebration of Earth Day, Racine Green Congregations, the Eco-Justice Center, and Gateway Technical College will present Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 22. 114 more words

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AIDS LifeCycle Ride

Shirley Velzka’s son Kevin Hunter will participate in the AIDS LifeCycle Ride to End AIDS from San Francisco to Los Angeles May 31 – June 6 and invites you to support his bicycle ride. 96 more words

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The Changing Face of Diversity

I am becoming increasingly concerned that diversity has become so broad, leaders and managers are unclear of what diversity truly is. One of the challenges is that blacks are increasingly losing opportunities formerly reserved to provide them with advancement opportunities. 185 more words

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April Newsletter

Click here to read the April edition of the Emmaus Visitor.

In this month’s issue: FaithWorks Holy Week and Easter Services ✞ Community Meal ✞ The Change in Pastor Mary’s Rostered Clergy Status ✞ Thomsen Bequest ✞ ‘Cowspiracy’ at Gateway ✞ English Conversation Circles ✞ New Outreach Director Carol Yust ✞ Eddie Lacy to Address Assembly ✞ Planning for Fiesta Mexicana ✞ Spring Clean-up ✞ Well Water Woes ✞ Pink Paddler Rummage Sale ✞ Neighborhood Camp Internships ✞ Photo Shoots at Emmaus ✞ What’s Up After School ✞ Pastor Mary on Transitions


Failure - What's in a Word? - Part 3

Here I follow up on part 1 and part 2 of my discussion on failure and now weave men, manhood and masculinity into this narrative. 2,658 more words

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