This week’s message invites us to remember when we first knew ourselves to be a part of history. Rev. Lisa reflects on the extraordinary and ordinary moments that shape a free and democratic world.
Click on the picture above to view Rev. Lisa’s weekly video message.
If you missed the presentation of Jim Crow of the North in November, or Dr. Delegard’s talk in January, more information about the work of Mapping Prejudice and the history of restrictive racial covenants in the Twin Cities is available via this recorded video presentation.
Meets next ONLINE on Monday, January 18 at 11:00 AM to discuss the book The Song Remains the Same by Allison Wynn Scotch. Please direct any questions to Bev Montgomery. New members are always welcome.
A Zoom meeting ID will be emailed to current participants before the meeting (see why here). New attendees: please email Bev Montgomery to request meeting details. If you’re new to Zoom or would like some extra help, we’ve created an instruction document that takes you through how to install and use Zoom.
Fred Hulting, Board President
The Board recently received a proposal for UUCM to make a public statement regarding Black Lives Matter, to be accompanied by a banner outside the church. Per our By-Laws, this statement must be approved by the congregation at a special meeting. Below I will discuss what will happen and how you can get involved.
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This Friday, January 15, a handful of copies of Richard Rothstein’s The Color Of Law: A Forgotten History Of How Our Government Segregated America will be added to our Little Free Library (near the main church entrance), courtesy of Hennepin History Museum. Check out this link for more information on this book. Could be a great excuse to stop by the building and walk the grounds 🙂