Our Unitarian Universalist tradition has long placed an emphasis both on our human capacity to change the world and our moral obligation to exercise our powers for the common good. We believe each individual, as part of our inherent worth and dignity, has power, and there are many kinds of power as well as many ways to express one's power in the world. Sing to the Power uses the metaphor of the four elements—earth, air, fire, and water—to investigate different forms of power we each can express. Power does not belong only to adults. This program gives young people opportunities to experience and explore ways they can use their power as agents for positive change.
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Last updated on Thursday, August 16, 2012.
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