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The Reverend Dr. Devorah Greenstein is Program Coordinator of the Office of Accessibility Concerns in the Identity-based Ministries staff group at the UUA. An alumna of Starr King School for the Ministry, she brings to her work what she learned as part of this seminary’s “education to counter oppression” commitment. Prior to her call to ministry, her lengthy career as a counselor and developmental psychologist was similarly committed to anti-oppression. She brings a deep understanding of linked oppression and a dedication to work on behalf of people with disabilities as her part on the design team for the Multicultural track of UU University.
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Last updated on Friday, April 27, 2012.
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