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Brown Chapel in Selma, Alabama
NEWS: Hundreds of Unitarian Universalists are joining the jubilee commemoration of the civil rights campaign in Selma, Alabama, March 4–9, 2015.
By Christopher L. Walton 3.6.15
© Daniel Nevins/theispot.com Grief and weariness
Grief has often worn me out, while restoring me to myself at the same time.
By Mark Belletini 3.2.15
Fannie Barrier Williams (Rose Archives, College at Brockport) Why Black History Month matters
As a Unitarian Universalist, I draw courage and inspiration from Black History Month.
By Kenny Wiley 2.16.15
Charlotte Samuels (© Elizabeth Lara, North Jersey Media Group / The Record) 'She smiles when she swims'
New Jersey teen sets new world record for open-water swimming.
By Nicole Sweeney Etter 2.23.15

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