Increasingly, we argue that, in the face of harm, impact is all that matters; bringing up intent is, at best, irrelevant and, at worse, usually just an excuse for bad behavior. But why then do we still care so much about intent, motive, or causation when we are harmed?
Rev. Millie Phillips (she/her) works as the Contra Costa County organizer for the Faith Alliance for a Moral Economy, lives in Oakland, and is an affiliated community minister at San Francisco UU.
Guest preacher: Rev. Millie Phillips
Worship Associate: Weijia Cheng
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