General Assembly 2014 Event 404
This event was sponsored by the Meadville Lombard Theological School.
1965 Selma, Alabama transformed Unitarian Universalism. We learned that change required taking intentional risks. Today, “Beloved Conversations” offers a strategy for spiritual awakening tied to practices that nurture multiculturalism. Meadville Lombard faculty, Rev. Dr. Mark Morrison-Reed and Dr. Mark Hicks, look backward and forward to glean wisdom for our future.
The Markings: Conversations Then & Now (PDF, 23 pages)
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Last updated on Wednesday, July 2, 2014.
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