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On Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, we will remember civil rights leader and Unitarian Universalist Whitney Young. As President of the National Urban League (one of the ‘Big Five’ organizations of the Civil Rights Movement) from 1961-1971, he cultivated relationships within white power structures in ways no Black man had done before, leading to thousands of Black people in higher paying jobs and federal anti-poverty programs. In this service, we will tell his story.
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