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News brief: Unitarians flee violent unrest in Burundi

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News brief: Unitarians flee violent unrest in Burundi

Many members of Unitarian church have joined their minister in exile in another country.

Christopher L. Walton 12/22/2015

News brief: ICUU asks supporters to stop writing on behalf of Burundian minister

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News brief: ICUU asks supporters to stop writing on behalf of Burundian minister

International supporters urge quieter forms of support for the Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana, Unitarian minister now in exile elsewhere in Africa.

Christopher L. Walton 12/8/2015

Police in tumultuous Burundi are holding Unitarian minister

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Police in tumultuous Burundi are holding Unitarian minister

International supporters raise alarm after arrest of the Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana, who founded a Unitarian church in the east African country in 2002.

Joshua Eaton 11/21/2015

Unitarian Universalists work for LGBT rights in Africa

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Unitarian Universalists work for LGBT rights in Africa

Congregational partnerships and United Nations advocacy challenge oppressive laws.

Christian Schmidt 12/1/2014

‘One tribe, one people’

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‘One tribe, one people’

Unitarian Universalism is growing rapidly in Africa, uniting people from many tribes to serve the poor.

Scott Kraft 7/13/2009 Summer 2009

Singing in the shadow of death

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Singing in the shadow of death

African musicians respond to a pandemic with songs of sorrow, resistance, advocacy, and hope.

Jonah Eller-Isaacs 5/22/2006 Summer 2006

An enduring bond

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An enduring bond

A Minnesota congregation's forty-year relationship with a medical clinic in Malawi and the family that runs it.

Warren R. Ross 3/1/2004 March/April 2004

Three African musical responses to AIDS

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Three African musical responses to AIDS

Recordings from Africa show the range of musical responses to the pandemic.

Jonah Eller-Isaacs Summer 2006