“There are some things in our nation and in our world to which I’m proud to be maladjusted,” spoke Martin Luther King, Jr. as he addressed the Unitarian Universalist General Assembly of 1966. As we honor the modern prophet’s birthday, we remember his moral vision … read more.
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I am proud and glad to be a Unitarian Universalist because when I was photographing in the deep South, there were UU churches in Birmingham, Alabama; Jackson, Mississippi; New Orleans, Louisiana. In these places brave ministers and congregations offered me an oasis in a desert of racial hate.
I am proud and glad to be a Unitarian Universalist and that I participated in the 1965 voting rights demonstrations in Selma and Montgomery, Alabama with about 500 other Unitarian Universalists and more than 100 UU ministers.
I am proud and glad to be a Unitarian Universalist and to be associated with UUCM and the Social Concerns Committee that reaches out to the community, to the poor, to the homeless, to the children, and the elderly.
I am proud and glad to be a Unitarian Universalist and because I met my beautiful wife Anne over a decade ago at the Southern Marin Fellowship of Unitarians, where I was showing photographs and talking about the Civil Rights movement.
Life can be magic.