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February 17, 11:00 am
A History of Race and Racism in America 1876 to Now
Rev. Cathy Harrington
Jean LeMire, Worship Associate
Religious Education for children & youth. Childcare provided
This Sunday we will look at the Reconstruction Era, followed by Jim Crow, and the Civil Rights Movement. How were lives affected in Florida?

February 24, 11:00 am
A Way Forward Guided by Our Unitarian Universalist Principles
Alachua County Commissioner Robert Hutchinson
Liz Stewart, Worship Associate
Religious Education for children & youth. Childcare provided
This week we will honor African Americans who have changed the world. We will celebrate those African Americans who have enriched America through their art, literature, music, and courageous leadership. We’ll also explore the way in which racism impacts People of Color today. What will it take to put an end to the illusion of race? What does our commitment to the UU Principles require of us?

February is Black History Month!
For information about Black History Month activities at the Fellowship, please click the link below.

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Sermon CDs

CDs of the Sunday services are available in the Common Room for check-out.

The Common Room is the first room in the administration building, just down the covered walkway on the south side of the Sanctuary building. You’ll find CDs (and cassette tapes of older services) in a cabinet on the right wall. To sign one out, just follow the easy instructions on the clipboard.

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