Published in 2016, the book tells the compelling story of Forsyth County, Ga. For virtually the entire 20th century, that community brought a new and horrifying meaning to the virulent term “whites only.” Now it is spreading throughout America in the 21st century, and we must search for hope.
Can facing the horrific national sins of lynching and violence against people of color help us move forward toward racial harmony?… more “Lynching in the United States”
Continuing the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Calls us to a moral revival in our nation centered economic justice.… more “The Poor People’s Campaign”
Brenda Baratto, Executive Director, Aiken County Museum and Wayne O’Bryant, Second Providence Baptist Church, North Augusta present Black Religious History in Aiken County.
This morning we will shift our regularly scheduled Sunday morning worship to participate, along with over 600 other congregations in a teach-in on racism and white supremacy.
This call to action and worship comes from a growing network of UUs–religious professionals and lay leaders from both within and outside congregations–led by UUs of color and white UUs working together… more “UU White Supermacy Teach-in”