From the 1972 brochure:
Really to be a person means being able to affirm one's own distinct
reality--with all its similarities and dissimilarities to other people--to
affirm it, to enjoy it, and share it comfortably with other people. As
you explore what makes you unique, you gain the strength to affirm other
people's difference, and live comfortably with them.
The retreats in 2001 and 2003 were a great success.
Exploring ways to extend our ability to respect spirituality, deepen personal integrity, and effectively pursue progressive social justice through our struggles against oppression based on race, gender, or class.