Building Beloved Community: Part 1

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Going Deeper — Going farther

Martin Luther King developed his notion of Beloved Community based on Ghandi’s practice of Nonviolence. Beloved Community is a phrase that has gained some traction. In this 2 -part service, Rus Funk will provide a deeper overview of Ghandian nonviolence as a basis for building Beloved Conversation, and explore the implications for our activism and movement building.

Our speaker, Rus Funk, is the Director of the Justice Center at All Peoples.  He is a long-time UU and justice organizer, Within the UU community, he is founder of the Greater Washington Justice Action Network (the first effort to coordinate efforts amongst the justice committees of the UU Congregations  in the greater Washington DC area), and is co-founder of the Kentucky UU Justice Action Network (where he also serves as Coordinator).  He lives in the Highlands with his partner, their child and a cat who belongs to himself.