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Rev. Mark Morrison-Reed Keynote Video (UU Metro NY)


Rev. Mark Morrison-Reed delivers keynote at 2011 UUA Metro NY Annual District Meeting in this four part Youtube series.
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Keynote Description from Metro NY District site:

Raised a UU, the Rev. Morrison-Reed was ordained a UU minister in 1979. For 26 years, he and his wife, Donna, served as co-ministers, first in Rochester NY, then in Toronto ON. Now retired from full-time ministry, Rev. Morrison-Reed is an active lecurer and author as well as Affiliated Faculty member at Meadville Lombard Theological School. He has addressed hundreds of UU gatherings in the US, as well as in Canada, Belgium, Hungary, and Japan, and has served on many committees, commissions, and boards, most recently as President of the Canadian Unitarian Council. He is the author of Black Pioneers in a White Denomination and In Between: Memoir of an Integration Baby. His new book, Darkening the Doorways: Black Trailblazers and Missed Opportunities in Unitarian Universalism, will be published by Skinner House in April 2011. He is currently working with Meadville Lombard Theological School to organize and build the library’s archive of materials relating to African American involvement in Universalism, Unitarianism, and Unitarian Universalism. In 2003 Starr King awarded the Rev. Morrison-Reed a Doctor of Sacred Theology degree; in 2007 Meadville Lombard awarded him a Doctor Divinity degree, and at General Assembly 2010, Meadville Lombard presented him with its Distinguished Alumni Award.

PART 1

PART 2

PART 3

PART 4

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