Rosemary Bray McNatt: We Must Change. We must admit that Unitarian Universalism has a specific, sometimes alienating culture, and we must change it.

Rosemary Bray McNatt: We Must Change. We must admit that Unitarian Universalism has a specific, sometimes alienating culture, and we must change it.

What’s Wrong With ‘All Lives Matter’? - NYTimes.com

What's Wrong With 'All Lives Matter'?

[Wikipedia] Carr Center for Human Rights Policy https://youtu.be/STgMox5pfrg

[Wikipedia] Carr Center for Human Rights Policy https://youtu.be/STgMox5pfrg

In a violent and fragmented society, sometimes the grief is so deep that I cannot help responding as a father as well as a Christian pastor and a political leader.

In a violent and fragmented society, sometimes the grief is so deep that I cannot help responding as a father as well as a Christian pastor and a political leader.

Artwork by Mary Engelbreit - an artist from St. Louis, well-known for her cute artwork, cards and gifts

Artwork by Mary Engelbreit - an artist from St. Louis, well-known for her cute artwork, cards and gifts

"The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975" - an excerpt of an interview with Angela Davis. This is also an excellent documentary that aired on PBS a few years ago. It uses footage shot by a group of Swedish journalists documenting the Black Power Movement in the United States at the time.

"The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975" - an excerpt of an interview with Angela Davis. This is also an excellent documentary that aired on PBS a few years ago. It uses footage shot by a group of Swedish journalists documenting the Black Power Movement in the United States at the time.

Articles by theologian Paul Rasor in UU World Magazine

Articles by theologian Paul Rasor in UU World Magazine

Revolutionary Love.  Dismantling racism.

Revolutionary Love. Dismantling racism.

"You should recognize these names. They all belong to unarmed black men who were killed by law enforcement since July 2014 for seemingly inexplicable reasons: allegedly selling loose cigarettes, allegedly holding a toy gun in the toy section of Wal-Mart, allegedly running away after a scuffle with the cops, and allegedly complying with police and lying down on the street."

"You should recognize these names. They all belong to unarmed black men who were killed by law enforcement since July 2014 for seemingly inexplicable reasons: allegedly selling loose cigarettes, allegedly holding a toy gun in the toy section of Wal-Mart, allegedly running away after a scuffle with the cops, and allegedly complying with police and lying down on the street."

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