Lifespan RE Upcoming Events
Presentation and Film: UUA and Black Empowerment in the 1960s
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.