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General Assembly 2012 Event 421
Speakers: Beth Brownfield, Rev. Colin Bossen, Rev. Clyde Grubbs, Bruce Knotts
Learn about the historical impact of the Doctrine of Discovery (DOD) on the world. Discover connections of the DOD to immigration issues. Understand the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as an antidote to the effects of the DOD. Take home resources to help you introduce this topic to your congregation.
Download this flyer (PDF); it can be can be copied front-to-back and folded into thirds.
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Unitarian Universalists Uniting to Repudiate the Doctrine of Christian Discovery and Implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (articles, background, educational materials, resolutions, etc.)
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Last updated on Monday, July 2, 2012.
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