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June 30

Global Village

1992 – At General Assembly in Calgary, Canada, the Unitarian Universalist Association passed the Racial and Cultural Diversity in Unitarian Universalism Resolution, which affirmed the vision of a Unitarian Universalist faith that reflects the reality of the global village, rather than that of a narrower band of people and culture.

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Walter Francis White

White, Walter Francis (1893-1955)

Walter White was one of the most important civil rights leaders of the first half of ... Read More
Jeffries Wyman

Wyman, Jeffries (1814-1874)

William James considered Jeffries Wyman "an exemplar of the scientific life." In cooperation with his colleagues ... Read More
Horace Mann

Mann, Horace (1796-1859)

Born in poverty, Horace lived in hardship on the family farm in Franklin, Massachusetts. His schooling ... Read More
Caroline Farrar Ware

Ware, Caroline Farrar (1899-1990)

As Louis Adamic has pointed out, it is to Ellis Island rather than Plymouth Rock that ... Read More