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Pomona: Lunching With Love

On Monday, more than 200 clergy, faculty, workers, and students descended on Pomona College for a loving lunch as Pomona dining hall workers prepared for a union election on April 30th. Attendees wore “The Union = Love” buttons, reminding onlookers that workers were organizing not to pick a fight with Pomona, but to better integrate

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Feast and Fasting: Ash Wednesday at Pomona College

Rev. Ignacio receiving ashes at Pomona College Ash Wednesday is a day dedicated by Christianity to remind all that we are one. “Remember that you are dust…” says the liturgist as she or he places ashes on the forehead of the participant. This statement is a reminder of our common humanity and or the common

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Faith for Food Justice

You shall not oppress a hired servant who is poor and needy (Deuteronomy 24:14) Food, and how it is brought to our tables, is a critical issue of justice in our community.  The bounty of the earth is a gift from God to all people.  Yet food, and the process of its production, has become

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