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We finish up the July extended book group, completing “The Souls of Poor Folk”, the audit of the Poor People’s Campaign, which was just released in April of 2018, alongside The Third Reconstruction: How a moral movement is overcoming the politics of division and fear, by the Reverend Dr. William J. Barber II, published in 2016. The audit is available at https://www.poorpeoplescampaign.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/PPC-Audit-Full-410835a.pdf You can order copies of The Third Reconstruction: How a moral movement is overcoming the politics of division and fear quite inexpensively from Amazon.

We will combine reading and reflection with planning for local action. We will gather at 12:00 noon for refreshments. Then, at 12:30, we will have a short service, including Joys and Sorrows and an offering, followed by an hour-long discussion of these two sources, and planning for Hopedale’s social justice agenda for the coming year. Questions? Contact Ann Fuehrer at fuehrea@miamioh.edu or 513-756-1963.

July 29- “The Souls of Poor Folk” Ecological Devastation and Conclusion, pp. 89-end; Barber Ch. 9, Appendix and Afterword

The Hopedale Unitarian Universalist Community is located at 3870 Millville-Oxford Road (US 27), Oxford, OH.

In keeping with Hopedale’s relationship with the Water Walkers, the Social Justice Committee has donated to the UUA’s Faithify request to send Standing Rock and Oceti Sacowin camp elders to the General Assembly. To learn more, follow this link: https://www.initc.net

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