“The most immoral action that someone can do is to fail to mourn their losses…that most of our impulses to strike out or harm another person emerge out of a failure to acknowledge, honor, and process our own losses in life, that most of our pernicious, cruel cruelty emerges out of a failure to recognize the ways in which we have been harmed.”–Bill Schulz
Bill Schulz graduated in ’71 and went on to be the President of the Unitarian Universalist Association from 1985-1993 and the Director of Amnesty International U.S.A. from 1994-2006. We met Bill in Washington D.C., where he currently works as a Senior Fellow for the Center for American Progress.
F+L: So. Let’s start with your favorite Oberlin story.