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Karen Fletcher

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“A Time to Build: The ‘ABCs'” – Karen Fletcher

Podcast | First Congregational Church of Litchfield

Our guest preacher today is Karen Fletcher. Karen served as our CE Director for 13 years. She currently teaches high school student with profound intellectual and physical challenges.Karen's sermon is on the ABCs of faith.

9 Feb 2020

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“Life in the Spirit” – Karen Fletcher

Podcast | First Congregational Church of Litchfield

Our guest preacher today is Karen Fletcher. Karen served as our Christian Education Director for 13 years and now teaches high school student with intellectual and physical challenges.Karen shared a message about our spiritual life.

12 Jan 2020

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Interviews with Edie Sheppard Aboriginal Union organiser at VTHC; Feminist Karen Fletcher interviews Debbie Kilroy

Green Left Weekly Radio

Presented by Jacob and Zane plus special guests Rhys and Karen7am News: Acknowledgement of Tradition owners of the land  Students of Sustainability starts this weekend at Melbourne Polytechnic Fairfield campus Right wing Federal Labor MP Michael Danby announces retirement ahead of next Federal election. Danby's time in office was distinguished by his rabid support for zionism. 713am News:  - Leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador ("AMLO") wins Mexican elections in landlide - Big wave of protests against Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) rounding up and jailing / deporting undocumented migrants (including children) in the USA. The protests were substantial especially considering they were organised in just two weeks and come hot on the heels of the preselection of Latina Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to a democratic senate seat in New York. - World cup displays FIFA's weak response to racism744am Green Left Radio guest host dfrom womens prisoner advocacy organisation Sisters Inside regarding the Queensland government's announcement that it is to open a private women's prison run by notorious British company Serco. The prison will be the endpoint for a pipeline that takes homeless women and women with mental illness and dumps them in gaol (and keeps them there for profit).Sisters Inside's Annual conference Imagining Abolition is coming up in Brisbane in November and is aimed at imagining and fighting for a world without prisons.8am activist calendar 811am Jacob, Zane and Rhys speak with Victorian Trades Hall ATSI organiser Edie Shepherd about NAIDOC week - which according to Edie in Victoria is more like NAIDOC fortnight. This years NAIDOC theme  "Because of her, we can" focusses on the essential role that women have played - and continue to play - as active and significant role models at the community, local, state and national levels.Edie tells us about upcoming events including todays rally and a trades hall screening of Black Divaz, which "goes behind the glitz, glamour and hot glue guns of the inaugural Miss First Nation pageant".    Click here to Reply, Reply to all, or Forward   8.27 GB (55%) of 15 GB usedManageTerms · Privacy · Program PoliciesLast account activity: 7 minutes agoDetails

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