Celebrate Independence Day weekend with the broader truth. The roots of the United States of America began 401 years ago in August 1619 when the first enslaved Africans arrived in the English colony of Virginia. The 1619 Project, released in August last year by The … read more.
Topic: Accessibility and Inclusion
We will be joined by Gwendolyn Hooker, CEO and Founder of Helping Other People Exceed (HOPE) thru Navigation and a local proponent of the ‘Tiny House’ movement, who believes these micro-housing units can have a big impact on the homeless population in Kalamazoo and … read more.
For those who are invisible in our society, reclaiming their truth and keeping hope alive can be a constant struggle. Rev. Gy will share stories of resilience and survival from those who are sometimes overlooked.
Laura Ray attends the UU Church of Greater Lansing and is currently an Economic Justice Alliance of Michigan (EJAM) Fellow. Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network (MUUSJN) is one of seven organizations within EJAM. Laura is taking up the subject of disability within the Lansing … read more.