Black Empowerment, Unitarian Universalism, and an Embodied Path to Healing

The General Assemblies of the late 1960’s were hotly contested events, particularly as the Unitarian Universalist Association was deciding how to respond to the rising Black Power movement. In honor of Black History Month we will take a look at this period of our history, focusing on the tensions and traumas embodied in the controversy, and begin to develop body practices that may help us to heal our racialized trauma and ancestral wounds.


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