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Unitarians and the Fugitive Slave Law
Strange, Douglas. "From Treason to Antislavery Patriotism: Unitarian Conservatives and the Fugitive Slave Law," Harvard Library Bulletin, Vol. XXV, No. 4 and "Abolitionism as Maleficence: Southern Unitarians Versus 'Puritan Fanaticism' — 1831 — 1860," Harvard Library Bulletin, Vol XXVI, No. 2
Martha and Waitstill Sharp and the History of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Celebrating the Work of Martha and Waitstill Sharp (Cambridge, MA: Unitarian Universalist Service Committee)
Diversity and Welcoming Congregations
James, Jacqui and Judith A. Frediani, Weaving the Fabric of Diversity (Boston, MA: Unitarian Universalist Association, 1996)
Unitarian Universalist Association Office of Muliticultural Growth and Witness
Unitarian Universalism and the Quest for Racial Justice (Boston: Unitarian Universalist Association, 1993)
The Welcoming Congregation Handbook: Resources for Affirming Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, and/or Transgender People (Boston: Unitarian Universalist Association, 1999)
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