BLACK LIVES IN UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST HISTORY
- Kenny Wiley
'Black Lives Matter' is more than a rallying cry--it's a movement both "out there" and "in here," within our faith. Black Unitarians and Universalists have a long, uncelebrated history.
Black UUs, then and now, have shaped our theology and challenged Unitarian Universalism to live up to its promise--and its promises. Join the Black Lives of UU organizing collective for an interactive exploration of Black UU his(her)story that takes us from the multifaith convictions of Frances Harper to the triumphs and disappointments of today.
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