Sunday, February 17, 10:30am:
"Wakanda Forever: Black Panther, Afrofuturism, & UU"
by Jamie Hinson-Rieger

In 2018 the film Black Panther was released. The epic tale of an African superhero, featuring an almost all black cast and with a black director, smashed box office records to become the third highest grossing American film of all time. Its vision of a technologically advanced African kingdom untouched by any history of colonization struck a chord with many people, and the phrase “Wakanda Forever!” along with characteristic crossed arms salute quickly became a cultural touchstone. In this month devoted to the theme of “Truth and Lies” we will ask, what is the power of afrofuturism, what is the great lie it seeks to undo, and what message does it have for the future of Unitarian Universalism?

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Building the Beloved Community
from our Board President, David Jackoway

Building the Beloved Community with Our UUI President

As this is Black History Month here are two interesting articles about little known stories in American history:  

How an African Slave in Boston Helped Save Generations from Smallpox 

These Black Female Heroes Made Sure U.S. WWII Forces Got Their Mail

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