Feb 3, 2019
The sermon was delivered on Sunday, February 3, 2019, at All Souls Unitarian Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma, by Rev. Carmen White-Janak, Guest Minister.
This year, 2019, commemorates 400 years since Africans were brought to these shores. This is also our 93rd year since Carter G. Woodson initiated Black History Month—lifting our collective awareness to acknowledge Black folks incredible influence, creative genius, and indelible contributions made in this country. Black history is American history. This historical context impacts All Souls as a community leader to truly embrace all souls.
What if we, as a loving beyond belief community, named it, called it out and called ourselves in refusing to allow racism or any other "isms" to live among us. What if we used our collective intelligence and power to transform and transcend hatred, or indifference. What if when we passed one another in the hallway at church, work or play we actually stopped to acknowledge that we were in the Presence of The Divine. What if...
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