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This Sunday's Worship Service
"Don’t Sleep Through the Revolution"
Members of the UUCUC Racial Justice Project
10:15 am / Sanctuary
Many of us think of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King in terms of his "I Have a Dream" speech and his message of non-violent protest for anti-racist social change. He was also a reformer, a radical, and a revolutionary who challenged white supremacy culture and practice along with other "isms" such as militarism and capitalism. This service starts with his 1966 lecture to the UU General Assembly, titled "Don't Sleep Through the Revolution," as a way to consider where we stand today with regard to racial justice in our personal lives, our church, and our society.