More than Double the Trouble: Another Way of Connecting

Posted on March 28, 2017 By

by Rachel MacNair An important idea for understanding how social injustice works is making the rounds. It’s called “intersectionality,” and it’s a specialized way of connecting issues. That makes it right up our alley. Many good examples of intersectionality  have been offered, but those of us familiar with the consistent life ethic can offer some…


Progressive Prolifers at the Progressive Magazine 100th Anniversary Celebration

Posted on March 22, 2017 By

by Mary Krane Derr Note: this was originally published in the Consistent Life Network’s paper newsletter at the time it happened in 2009. It is offered now in the history of our adventures. We weren’t gate crashers. We were there as part of the festivities, sometimes recognized, sometimes not, sometimes welcome, sometimes, not. For starters, take…


On Being a Consistent Chimera

Posted on March 14, 2017 By

by Rob Arner I’ve always felt like something of a misfit, like I don’t fully belong. As a person living in 21st century North America, I find myself surrounded by an oppressively exclusive metaphor of the left-right political spectrum. It’s a moral and political environment with two competing “camps,” in which both claim to be fighting…


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Posted on March 7, 2017 By

 Educating Ourselves on Issues Figuring out Euthanasia: What Does it Really Mean? Open Letter to Fellow Human Rights Activists More than Double the Trouble: Another Way of Connecting [intersectionality] A Pro-Life Feminist Critique of the “Rape and Incest Exception” Would Nonviolence Work on the Nazis? Breaking Stereotypes in Fearful Times Almost No One? How Survey…