voices of humc

Below are papers and articles written by HUMC Members:

 


"Food for Thought – Pandemic 1918 and Polio 1952”

Click here to read a paper written by HUMC member, Lowell Beck. Weaving history with his personal experience, Lowell offers wise, thoughtful, and hopeful reflection on current COVID-19 Pandemic.



"Making the Transition to Black Lives Matter"

Click here to read a blog post written by HUMC member, Glenda Sharp. After listening to a recent service on racism, Glenda was moved to write an editorial that she posted to her social media. It was published in the Inclusion at Work blog.



"My Experience of White Privilege "

Click here to read an essay written by HUMC member, Vicki Greene, about her experience with white privilege. 



"A White Guy’s Autobiographical Musings on White Privilege"

Click here to read an essay written by HUMC member, Paul Greene, about his thoughts on white privilege.



"My White Privilege" 

Click here to read an essay written by HUMC member, Jan Kingman, about her thoughts on white privilege. 



"Segregation Fires Racism"

Click here to read an essay written by HUMC member, Karen Tate, about her thoughts on segregation and racism.



"Forever Changed"

Click here to read an essay written by HUMC member, Sherry Somers, about her thoughts on racism and anti-racism. 



"My Past, My Present"

Click here to read an essay written by HUMC member, Bill Somers, about his thoughts on white privilege. 



"Life Reflections"

Click here to read an essay written by HUMC member, Carole Cartwright, about her life reflections on racism.