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Photos from the 2015 Million Moms March

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Photos from the 2015 Million Moms March

Mothers for Justice United and the Coalition for Justice marched for justice for black men, women, and children killed by police and vigilante violence.

Kenneth Sutton | 5/11/2015

‘This is home for me’

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‘This is home for me’

A black Baltimore Unitarian Universalist marches for Freddie Gray, her city, and her faith.

Kenny Wiley | 5/10/2015 | Fall 2015

In Baltimore, Unitarian Universalists look for ways to help

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In Baltimore, Unitarian Universalists look for ways to help

Joining vigils for Freddie Gray, packing lunches for school children, learning from black community’s distress.

Kenny Wiley | 4/30/2015

In Baltimore, my liberation is bound up with yours

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In Baltimore, my liberation is bound up with yours

The minister of First Unitarian Church in Baltimore reflects on #BaltimoreUprising.

David Carl Olson | 4/30/2015

UUA rededicates Selma memorial at Boston HQ

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UUA rededicates Selma memorial at Boston HQ

Bronze monument commemorates three civil rights martyrs killed in Alabama in 1965.

Christopher L. Walton | 4/6/2015

Letter from a hoped-for future

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Letter from a hoped-for future

What Unitarian Universalism looks like, twenty years from now.

Rosemary Bray McNatt | 3/9/2015 | Spring 2015

In Selma, ‘we are your partners forever’

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In Selma, ‘we are your partners forever’

More than 500 Unitarian Universalists join 50th anniversary march in Selma, Alabama.

Christopher L. Walton, Elaine McArdle | 3/6/2015 | Summer 2015

A new ethos

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A new ethos

How the Unitarian Universalist Association is promoting Beloved Community today.

Taquiena Boston | 5/11/2015 | Spring 2015

The discomfort of listening

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The discomfort of listening

What changed for me after Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson.

Christopher L. Walton | 2/28/2015 | Spring 2015

The radical King we don’t know

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The radical King we don’t know

Does America have the capacity to heed the radical Martin Luther King Jr., or must America sanitize King in order to evade and avoid his challenge?

Cornel West | 1/19/2015 | Spring 2015

Selma’s challenge

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Selma’s challenge

In the past, our religious forebears had stood on the brink of making a difference in racial justice, and had wavered. Not this time.

Mark Morrison-Reed | 1/5/2015 | Winter 2014

‘Called out into the great, open, windy world’

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‘Called out into the great, open, windy world’

Jack Mendelsohn made social justice essential to Unitarian Universalist identity.

John Gibbons | 10/22/2012

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