New address: 24 Farnsworth Street, Boston, MA 02210-1409.
In "Heeding the Call," a Tapestry of Faith program
"Racism, Reparations and Accountability Payback?" is an article from The Christian Century, written by Victoria J. Barnett, a white female social activist.
Read more about the UU Truth, Repair and Reconciliation efforts toward the Ute tribe. Additional resources for action and reflection are included.
Find out more about UUs working with prison ministry at The Church of the Larger Fellowship Prison Ministry Program website.
Books to Prisoners has a website with more details on their program.
Art for Justice exhibits and supports the work of the incarcerated to promote dialogue and find effective ways to prevent crime, lower incarceration rates, and improve the criminal justice system and public safety.
Bittker, Boris, I. The Case for Black Reparations (Boston: Beacon Press, 2003).
Music for Inspiration
At Folsom Prison, an album by Johnny Cash
"The Heart of the Matter" by Don Henley
"Moment of Forgiveness" by the Indigo Girls
Movies for Inspiration
Shawshank Redemption (directed by Frank Darabont, 1994)
Dead Man Walking (directed by Tim Robbins, 1995)
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