martin luther kingThe Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. attended Unitarian congregations while he was in seminary. He returned to the Black Church because he knew he could not build a mass movement of black people as a Unitarian. Our racial demographics present both challenges and opportunities when it comes to racial justice work. As a majority white denomination and congregation, how can we best show up for racial justice? On Martin Luther King Junior weekend, Rev. Rachel will explore how Unitarian Universalists have been allies for racial justice in the Civil Rights era of the 1960s and the #BlackLivesMatter movement of today.

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