Lifespan RE Events

Lifespan RE Upcoming Events

Presentation and Film: UUA and Black Empowerment in the 1960s

Victor Carpenter

Our own Victor Carpenter was an eyewitness to the turmoil of the black empowerment movement in the 1960s. He will share his experiences during this tumultuous period of UU history on Monday, Jan. 31 at 7pm in the Parish Hall. As a follow-up, we will show the film “Wilderness Journey: The Struggle for Black Empowerment and Racial Justice within the UUA” on Mon., Feb. 7th, 7:30pm in the Parish Hall.


Boston
 UU
 Walking Tour

Sunday, 
April
 3

Join 
us 
on 
a 
tour 
of 
downtown 
Boston, 
the 
heart 
of 
Unitarian 
and 
Universalist
 activity
 in
 the
 19th century.
 Learn
 about
 the
 many
 prominent
 Unitarian
 and
 Universalist 
ministers, 
social
 activists,
 educators,
 writers 
and 
artists
 who
 lived 
in
 the
 city
 at
 that
 time.
 We’ll start
 at
 the
 UUA
 Headquarters 
on
 Beacon
 Hill 
and
 visit
 houses, 
memorials
 and 
meeting
 places, 
as
 well
 as
 stopping 
at 
three 
of 
the 
UU
 churches 
in
 the
 area. 
Meet
 at
 Alewife
 at
 1pm; 
the
 tour 
will
 last 
three 
hours.