In "Resistance and Transformation," a Tapestry of Faith program
If participants do not already have Handout 3, distribute it and invite them to read it. Encourage them to underline, make notes, and write down questions.
Invite initial questions or comments. Then ask participants for their reactions to this quotation from the handout:
These stories do not mean, "Unitarian Universalists led the civil rights movement." The Movement was a movement of, by, and for African Americans, only some of whom were Unitarian Universalist. An accurate history of the Movement could be written without using the words "Unitarian Universalist." I think it would be missing some of the details, because there were small but crucial contributions by individuals and congregations which were Unitarian Universalist, but it could be done.
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