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Summer Series: James Reeb

In 1965, James Reeb heard the “call to Selma” from Martin Luther King, Jr. and joined six hundred civil rights activists there, putting himself in harm’s way. How does Reeb show us courage today? 

Summer Series: Frederick Douglass

On the weekend in which we celebrate our nation’s birth, we’ll consider who was included in that emergence. Douglass was among the worshipers at the Unitarian Church in Washington, D.C. in 1850, although the congregation did not welcome its first African-American members until 1950. How … read more.