In light of completion of the first all-virtual GA, in which we discussed that we as UUs were "Rooted, Inspired, and Ready" with regard to social justice, I discuss how do we live into the true meaning of those words and what are some of the steps that we can take for the future to live into our commitments towards social justice.
Positive outlooks can be hard to come by sometimes, but as of late, much of the world is experiencing a deficit. Although, this is not the first time we've been in this situation. In this sermon, we'll explore how history can give us the motivation necessary as we walk into tomorrow.
Recorded live from Westside Unitarian Universalist Church on April 28, 2019. Speaker: Matt Pargeter-Villarreal, graduate student, Brite Divinity School. Music by Movimiento by Jorge Drexler. Edited by Yadi Martínez, MDiv student, Brite Divinity School. ©2019 Brite Divinity School. For Educational Use Only. CCLI #11245688, CSPL075560.
In the midst of changing and tumultuous time in our society, many people are feeling stuck in the middle and not knowing where to turn. In this sermon, I offer a theological reflection on how to channel that uncertainty in order to combat marginalization, oppression, and criminalization in order to create a theology of resistance.
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