Black History / Whitney Young / James Reeb

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  • Retracing My Steps
    From Braver/Wiser
    I rise on the shoulders of ancestors whose names I can not know.
  • White Fear of Black Freedom
    From WorshipWeb
    There’s never been a time in the United States history when black rebellions did not spark existential fear among white people.
  • Radicalizing Myself
    From Braver/Wiser
    I've adopted the practice of spiritual reconnection with my ancestors to heal intergenerational trauma.
  • The Deep Well of Black Lives
    From WorshipWeb
    On August 25, 1619, the ship the White Lion arrived at Point Comfort, now known as Fort Monroe National Monument in Hampton, Virginia....
  • Black History of Unitarian Universalism
    From UU Voices
    In February, Americans say the names and retell the stories of African Americans whose achievements and contributions helped to shape us as a nation. When we investigate our shared past, we learn more...
  • A Light Across the River
    A moonless night. A rowboat ride, about a mile, across an icy current toward the glow of a lantern on the far side of the river. Someone waiting there will be your next conductor. They'll guide you to a safe house as the Underground Railroad carries you north.
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  • A Story Inherited
    From WorshipWeb
    Yesterday, a new employee—a white guy—walked into the bakery where I work. “Hi,” he said. “I don’t think I’ve met you yet.” He told me his...
  • Reflections on "Lift Every Voice and Sing"
    From WorshipWeb
    Martin Luther King, Jr....
  • The Flawed Understanding of Martin Luther King, Jr.
    From WorshipWeb
    The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a radical. He was called “the most dangerous man in America” by the FBI and had a 17,000 page FBI file at the...
  • Getting Through This Day
    From WorshipWeb
    I got out of bed this morning because of all those who had to get out of bed before me: Martin and Coretta, the day after his home was bombed. (What did...