Wisdom from Our Neighborhood
Wisdom from Our Neighborhood is a conversation between people working for the common good. Activists from large cities to small towns, people working on racial and religious reconciliation, multifaith social service and advocacy agencies, and the inspiring stories of everyday people doing extraordinary things – together with their neighbors.
WFON is hosted by Paths to Understanding’s Executive Director Terry Kyllo with technical support by Ean Olsen.
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The Muslim community was the target of dehumanization by some residents of Mukilteo. But the Muslim community held on to our constitutional values, members of the Jewish, Christian, Sikh, and many other community groups stood with them.
Jeff Renner (00:00): The issues of sex abuse, harassment, and domestic violence gained prominence in 2016. In 2017, the Silence Breakers were named the Time Magazine Person of the Year. New stories of suffering and failure to prevent such suffering continue to emerge....
I used to think that my intent was more important than the impact my words or actions had on another person. If I harm someone by accident, the harm is still real.