Our Accountability for Church Music Composer David Haas’ Abuse

The Soldier Compelled the Passerby to Carry the Cross © 2003 Michele Beaulieux We are called to act with justice. I read those words in a distinct rhythm because of a song, a song that I want—in a futile urge—to purge from my mind. Christian music publisher, GIA Publications, published the song, “We Are Called” by … Continue reading Our Accountability for Church Music Composer David Haas’ Abuse

Is It Time to Rain on RAINN’s Reign? “Nation’s Largest Sexual Violence Organization” Thinks Police Can Stop Rape

Our nation is awakening to the horrifying realities of police violence. State violence and domestic and sexual violence intersect in terrifying ways, but the tepid message of the Rape Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) in response to the police killing of George Floyd and its aftermath downplays the correlations and issues. That’s because the … Continue reading Is It Time to Rain on RAINN’s Reign? “Nation’s Largest Sexual Violence Organization” Thinks Police Can Stop Rape

Earlier Writing on Sexual Violence Prevention

Always the right time © 2014 Michele Beaulieux Oil pastel on paper Inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.“The time is always right to do the right thing.” Here are links to my previous writing and media mentions on sexual violence prevention. This writing is not specifically about creating safer brave space or the My Choice … Continue reading Earlier Writing on Sexual Violence Prevention