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“Truth and Reconciliation”

In developing the myth of American Exceptionalism, our society has not fully come to terms with the most problematic aspects of our history – systemic racism and the genocide of our indigenous siblings. What might we learn from other societies that have … read more.

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  • Red River UU: The Pandemic Version
    • 07/05/20 - 07/19/20,All Day
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      The Committee on Ministry is reviewing the new pandemic version of Red River Unitarian Universalist Church.  We know that the worship team and the board have been really working hard to provide the best worship and congregational life possible in this new environment.  To that end we would appreciate your help by providing feedback about what we are currently doing and what we might possibly do.
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Did You Know?

  • This Day in Unitarian Universalist History July 15
    by Frank Schulman on July 15, 2020 at 5:57 pm

    1838 – Ralph Waldo Emerson delivered a sermon at Harvard Divinity School to seven graduating students, faculty members, and local ministers. Known as the Divinity School Address, the sermon caused a storm of protests, and Emerson was not allowed to speak at Harvard for another generation. Henry Ware Jr. and Andrew Norton rebuked him, but Theodore Parker came to Emerson’s defense. Read a short biography of Emerson, or view an exhibit about Emerson from the 2003 Bicentennial of Emerson’s birth. Read more at: www.HarvardSquareLibrary.org - the digital library of Unitarian Universalism.

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