Leaders should be attentive to the different life experiences and knowledge participants bring to the group, particularly if the group spans a wide age range. Some participants may be quite knowledgeable about Unitarian Universalist history and able to add detail and new perspectives to the materials provided. Others may be well versed in world history and able to provide context and background. Some participants may have been involved in some of the events described and can offer firsthand accounts. Others may be new to Unitarian Universalism or to the study of history. Help the group to share the floor respectfully and honor all members' individual contributions and questions.
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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.
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