In "Signs of Our Faith," a Tapestry of Faith program
Science is interested in the theory of six degrees of separation. Cnet.com's article, Proof of Six Degrees of Separation, analyzes data from Microsoft Messenger to look at connections in the virtual world. A BBC documentary, Six Degrees of Separation, is about Network Theory, a new branch of science that stemmed from research on six degrees.
UU camps and conference centers offer programs for young people that strengthen their connections to one another and to Unitarian Universalism while building leadership skills. Find programs by age group and location by visiting The Council of Unitarian Universalist Camps and Conferences.
Read online about many Unitarians, Universalists, and Unitarian Universalists who demonstrated faithful leadership, in the Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography or the Harvard Square Library. The Harvard Square Library has posted an article on Antoinette Brown Blackwell and an illustrated autobiography of Olympia Brown.
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