|Tagline||Love-infused words on faith, sports and social justice from a black male Unitarian Universalist|
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I delivered this sermon Sunday, September 27, 2015 at the Colorado State Capitol in Denver. The weather was hot and the service long, yet the music, words, and energy shared made for a moving morning.
09/29/2015 12:46:55 PM
The voices raised. We weren’t just singing–we were feeling. I’d never sung like this before. For once, those words—Lift every voice and sing, til’ Earth and heaven ring—felt neither like intrusion or
07/16/2015 11:06:56 PM
The following statement comes from individual UU religious professionals of color, and reflects the views of the undersigned. We, the undersigned Unitarian Universalist religious professionals of colo
04/29/2015 10:06:47 AM
“If, while I hear the wild shriek of the slave mother robbed of her little ones, I do not open my mouth, am I not guilty?” –Lucy Stone In the Denver community I strive to be a racial justice activist.
03/26/2015 05:33:57 PM
I’m a millennial young adult. Why I still believe in faith community, and in Unitarian Universalism Fort Worth. Seattle. Denver. Arlington. Columbia, Missouri. Five of us, young adults from across the
01/07/2015 05:09:40 PM
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