Jacqui James

Jacqui James is a longtime religious educator who focused on developing multicultural ministries and curricula. Now retired, she is a member of First Unitarian Society in Newton, Massachusetts, and enjoys spending time with her grandchildren.

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

Book | By Mark D. Morrison-Reed, Jacqui James | From Skinner House Books
Tagged as: Anti-Oppression, Anti-Oppression, Anti-Racism, Classism, Racial Justice

An anthology of meditations. The inSpirit Series was previously known as the Meditation Manual Series.

Book | By Jacqui James, Mark D. Morrison-Reed | From Skinner House Books
Tagged as: Anti-Oppression, Justice, Anti-Oppression

Blackmail, blacklist, black mark. Black Monday, black mood, black-hearted. Black plague, black mass, black market. Good guys wear white, bad guys wear black. We fear black cats, and the Dark Continent. But it’s okay to tell a white lie, lily-white hands are coveted, it’s great to be pure as the...

Meditation | By Jacqui James | May 22, 2015 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: Anti-Oppression, Balance, Direct Experience, Prophetic Words & Deeds, Race/Ethnicity, Responsibility, Unity, Wholeness

Blackmail, blacklist, black mark. Black Monday, black mood, black-hearted. Black plague, black mass, black market. Good guys wear white, bad guys wear black. We fear black cats, and the Dark Continent. But it's okay to tell a white lie, lily-white hands are coveted, it's great to be pure as the...

Reading | By Jacqui James | January 21, 2015 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: Balance, Psychology, Race/Ethnicity

In the past few years there has been an increasing awareness among religious educators of cultural appropriation especially as it relates to spiritual rituals, symbols, and artifacts, so that Unitarian Universalists (UUs) begin to ask themselves whether they are involved in reckless borrowing or...

By Jacqui James | January 26, 2001
Tagged as: Racial Justice & Multicultural Ministries

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