Bismarck-Mandan Unitarian Universalist Fellowship was recognized for creating
an anti-racist partnership with American Indians in their area. During the
President's (Clinton) Initiative on Race, the American Indians were protesting
because the initiative was being framed in terms of black and white. Fellowship
members invited the group to come to the church to explain their critique to the
congregation and to work for expanding the initiative. Following that successful
meeting, there were subsequent visits between members of the congregation and
members of the nearby reservation. This led to UUs working actively with the
native folks on legislative advocacy issues relating to their
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Last updated on Tuesday, December 13, 2011.
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