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Workshop 4: The Nineteenth Century Women's Peace Movement

Workshop 4: The Nineteenth Century Women's Peace Movement
Workshop 4: The Nineteenth Century Women's Peace Movement

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  • Oppression and war will be heard of no more Nor the blood of a slave leave his print on our shore, Conventions will then be a useless...
  • Activity Minutes Welcoming and Entering 0 Opening 10 Activity 1: On the Frontlines 15 Activity 2: Personal Experience and Justicemaking 10...
  • Think about where you received your inspiration to lead this workshop. Who or what influenced you to facilitate this program? Why have you...
  • Materials for Activity Sign-in sheet and pen or pencil Name tags for participants (durable or single-use), and bold markers Workshop 1,...
  • Materials for Activity Worship or centering table Chalice, candle, and lighter or LED battery-operated candle Timepiece (minutes) Chime or...
  • Materials for Activity Story, " Clara Barton " Leader Resource 1, Clara Barton, Portrait Optional: Computer and digital projector...
  • Materials for Activity Timepiece (minutes) Chime Description of Activity Invite participants to consider the ways our personal experiences...
  • Materials for Activity Leader Resource 2, Transformative Relationships Handout 1, Transformative Relationships - A Map Handout 2, Women in...
  • Materials for Activity Newsprint or large sheets of drawing paper for all participants A variety of color markers Preparation for Activity...
  • Materials for Activity Worship or centering table and chalice Participant journals Writing materials, including paper, pens, pencils, color...
  • Take a few moments right after the workshop to ask each other: What went well? What didn't? Why? What do you think was the best moment of...
  • Preparation for Activity Invite youth from your congregation to join the group for a conversation. The youth group and the Coming of Age...
  • Materials for Activity Handout 3, The Battle Hymn of the Republic Copies of Singing the Living Tradition , the UUA hymnbook, for all...
  • Materials for Activity Handout 4, Embattled Faith Pens and pencils Newsprint, markers, and tape Preparation for Activity Review Handout 4...
  • Oppression and war will be heard of no more Nor the blood of a slave leave his print on our shore, Conventions will then be a useless...
  • Clara Barton was born on Christmas Day, 1821, in Oxford, MA, into a Universalist family. She was living in Washington, D.C. when the U.S...
  • Frances Dana Barker Ga ge (1808-1884) was a Universalist, a lecturer, activist, novelist and journalist who was passionate about rights for...
  • Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord: He is trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are stored; He hath...
  • By Neil Shister
    Excerpted from the article "Embattled Faith," by Neil Shister, which appeared in the July/August 2003 issue of UU World. Used with the...
  • Frances Dana Barker Gage (1808-1884) There came a time when Universalists refused to go with me as an abolitionist, an advocate for the...
  • Clara Barton Read " Unitarian and Universalist Roots of the American Red Cross " in the January/February 2002 issue of UU World . Women in...

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