Margalie Belizaire

A smiling Margalie, with a cityscape and blue sky behind her.

For Rev. Margalie (she/her/hers), Unitarian Universalism has been lifesaving. She became a UU around 2013, following the advice of a friend to “check them out.” She has not looked back. Rev. Margalie is Haitian-American and grew up in Miami, Florida in a large family with seven siblings. She has lived on at least three continents and has been introduced to numerous cultures and languages. She is presently the Assistant Minister at First Unitarian Church of Rochester, New York. She shares her home with two cats, Fire and Phoenix.

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Spirit of light and love Spirit of resistance Spirit of generosity That which serves as our conscience in this work That we do to dismantle white supremacy To empower the marginalized To insist that black lives matter, matter We have been angered We have been saddened We have been pushed to the...

Prayer | By Margalie Belizaire | August 13, 2020 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: #BlackLivesMatter, 2nd Principle (Justice, Equity, & Compassion), Anti-Oppression, Race/Ethnicity

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