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Mark Morrison-Reed

The Rev. Dr. Mark Morrison-Reed

The Rev. Dr. Mark D. Morrison-Reed

The Rev. Mark Morrison-Reed served as co-minister of Unitarian Universalists congregations in Rochester, New York, and Toronto with his wife, the Rev. Donna Morrison-Reed. He is author or editor of several books, including Black Pioneers in a White Denomination and In Between: Memoir of an Integration Baby.

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Building the World We Dream About | Tapestry of Faith

Leader Resource 1: Black Pioneers in a White Denomination Excerpt

Mark Morrison-Reed

From Building the World We Dream About
Excerpted from Black Pioneers in a White Denomination (Boston: Skinner House, 1992)....

Skinner House Books

Black Pioneers in a White Denomination
Third Edition

Mark Morrison-Reed

From Skinner House Books

Tells the stories of pioneering black ministers in Unitarian Universalism...

In Between
Memoir of an Integration Baby

Mark Morrison-Reed

From Skinner House Books

Frank personal account of growing up black during the era of the civil rights movement. The author wrestles with racism, the death of Martin Luther King, black radicalism, and his experience in an interracial family.

Darkening the Doorways
Black Trailblazers and Missed Opportunities in Unitarian Universalism

Mark Morrison-Reed

From Skinner House Books

Life stories and achievements of African Americans in Unitarian Universalism.

Voices from the Margins
An Anthology of Meditations

Jacqui James, Mark Morrison-Reed

From Skinner House Books

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The Selma Awakening
How the Civil Rights Movement Tested and Changed Unitarian Universalism

Mark Morrison-Reed

From Skinner House Books

An analysis of Unitarian Universalist civil rights activism in Selma, Alabama, in 1965. Reviews the history of racial justice in the denomination in the prior decades and explains how Selma became a turning point.

Been in the Storm So Long

Mark Morrison-Reed, Jacqui James

From Skinner House Books

Previously known as the Meditation Manual Series, this stirring volume features more than 40 selections from the spirited voices of 29 African-Americans.

UU World

The black hole in the white UU psyche

Mark Morrison-Reed

From UU World Magazine
What is the consequence of not knowing Unitarian Universalism’s black history? We have embraced a false narrative about who we are.
The last word, Winter 2011

Mark Morrison-Reed

From UU World Magazine
Welcoming change means being open and adventuresome.
Laying claim to my own blackness

Mark Morrison-Reed

From UU World Magazine
Being an Afro-American is a diverse experience that resists simple characterizations.

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