While no individual action or plan alone is adequate in dismantling racism, we all have a part to play. We urge you, along with us, to be brave in discovering the ways our individual and collective actions have allowed systemic and social injustices to exist for too long. We ask you to also commit to tangible anti-racist actions every day and invite you to hold us accountable.
Joseph Feaster, suicide loss survivor and Samaritans Council member, shares about his experience losing his son, Joseph III, to suicide and how being involved with Samaritans has helped in his grief.
Steve and his wife, Jan, with their children, children-in-law, and grandchildren. Dear Samaritans community members, My life’s journey has taken an unexpected turn as my family was stunned to learn last month that my wife, Janice, had a “massive growth in her brain,” which turned out to be a cancerous tumor. We are [...]
Samaritans Council member Stew Chapin elaborates on the importance of finding causes that move you.