“Black History Matters”

With moves to ban teaching significant parts of Black History in some states, it’s never been more important to take seriously this month that honors African American history.  The goal, of course, is to integrate our learning and understanding into all the months of the year, but today by lifting up the life of a black Universalist, we consider why it matters regardless of where we live.  In this month with the theme of “love,” our service is also a testament to one person’s love of a people.

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