1. Dr. Mark A. Hicks, Angus MacLean Professor of Religious Education at Meadville Lombard Theological School (Chicago, USA), gives the annual Fahs Lecture at the General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association’s General Assembly (Charlotte, NC, June 24, 2011). This education keynote, “Toward a Religious Education for People of Color,” marks the first known foray of considering the unintended costs of anti-racism/anti-oppression programs on the faith development of People of Color. Dr. Hicks concludes the lecture by naming several learning concepts that should be included in order to promote the faith development of People of Color who choose to worship in multi-racial/multicultural faith communities.

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  2. The Rev. Dr. Mark Morrison-Reed, DMin '79 DD '07, shares his reflection of the four corners of 57th St and Woodlawn Ave.

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  3. The Rev. Dr. Donald Matthews gave a presentation on a theology of homelessness, titled “God of the Homeless: a Narrative Theology for the Urban World.”

    The Rev. Dr. Matthews is a Chicago native who received his doctorate from the Divinity School at the U of C with a focus on Religion and the Human Sciences. His major area of study was the Sociology and Psychology of Religion with a special emphasis in Theological Ethics and the study of Black Religion. He holds Masters Degrees from Northwestern University and The Pacific School of Religion. Dr. Matthews is a licensed Baptist and Ordained Methodist minister. He has taught at several universities and seminaries including Colgate Rochester Divinity School and the University of Missouri-Kansas City where he directed the Black Studies Program. He has authored numerous articles and books regarding African American Religion and Culture and social ethics such as Honoring the Ancestors: An African Cultural Interpretation of Black Religion and Literature (Oxford Press, 1998) and Can This Church Live? A Church, Its Neighborhood and Social Transformation (Pilgrim Press, 2004). He is currently writing Violating Black Males: The Social and Psychological Abuse of African American Males in American Society (Wifp and Stock, forthcoming). Dr. Matthews is affiliated with the Philosophy and Religion Department at Central Michigan University. He has directed several urban ministries programs. He received certification in Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at the Midwest and Bay Area Centers for Pastoral Care where he specialized in pastoral care and counseling with the emotionally ill and is a licensed Speech and Language Pathologist.

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  4. The Rev. Dr. Donald Matthews gave a presentation on a theology of homelessness, titled “God of the Homeless: a Narrative Theology for the Urban World.”

    The Rev. Dr. Matthews is a Chicago native who received his doctorate from the Divinity School at the U of C with a focus on Religion and the Human Sciences. His major area of study was the Sociology and Psychology of Religion with a special emphasis in Theological Ethics and the study of Black Religion. He holds Masters Degrees from Northwestern University and The Pacific School of Religion. Dr. Matthews is a licensed Baptist and Ordained Methodist minister. He has taught at several universities and seminaries including Colgate Rochester Divinity School and the University of Missouri-Kansas City where he directed the Black Studies Program. He has authored numerous articles and books regarding African American Religion and Culture and social ethics such as Honoring the Ancestors: An African Cultural Interpretation of Black Religion and Literature (Oxford Press, 1998) and Can This Church Live? A Church, Its Neighborhood and Social Transformation (Pilgrim Press, 2004). He is currently writing Violating Black Males: The Social and Psychological Abuse of African American Males in American Society (Wifp and Stock, forthcoming). Dr. Matthews is affiliated with the Philosophy and Religion Department at Central Michigan University. He has directed several urban ministries programs. He received certification in Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at the Midwest and Bay Area Centers for Pastoral Care where he specialized in pastoral care and counseling with the emotionally ill and is a licensed Speech and Language Pathologist.

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  5. Colleen Kessler's guest sermon on Unitarian Universalist 'elevator speeches', given at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Vero Beach on March 25th, 2012. What do Unitarian Universalists Believe?

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