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MARCH 4 -5,
are invited to sit back, relax and feel the spirit of the Civil Rights
Movement of the 50's, 60's, 70's and beyond. The tour traces
the paths of history by visiting historical Birmingham,
Marion, Selma, Whitehall, Montgomery, Tuskegee, and more.
Viewing the landmarks, meeting the people who made history, and reliving
events which brought about dramatic change in our country.
Part of this tour includes the Memorial place where Unitarian Minister
Reeb was beaten to death over 40 years ago. UUMeN has contributed toward
of this memorial.
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Poetics of Peace
Join author, mythologist, and storyteller Michael Meade to discuss The
Tides of Chaos, The Search for Meaning on Thursday, March 9
at 7:00 pm at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church. The suggested
donation is $12. Proceeds support Mosaic Foundationís 'Voices of
Youth' and Intercultural Projects. For more information about these
Noah and the 'great flood,' to the mythology of storm gods and the
Titans ripping at the edges of culture Michael Meade will offer an
evening of stories that seek to rescue meaning from the turbulence and
chaos of modern times.
Meade has studied myth, anthropology, history of religion, and
cross-cultural rituals for more than 35 years. His hypnotic and fiery
storytelling, street-savvy perceptiveness, and spellbinding
interpretations of ancient myths and symbols are highly relevant to
current culture. He has an unusual ability to distill and synthesize
these disciplines, tapping into ancestral sources of wisdom, while
connecting them to the stories of people today. He is the author of Men
and the Water of Life; editor, with James Hillman and Robert
Bly, of Rag and Bone Shop of the
Heart; and editor of Crossroads:
A Quest for Contemporary Rites of Passage. Meade is
Founder/Director of Mosaic
Multicultural Foundation, a network of artists, teachers, and activists
that fosters community healing and development efforts. He is also on
the Adjunct Faculty of Pacifica Graduate Institute.
Souls is located at 1500
Harvard St, NW. The main entrance to the sanctuary is at the corner of
16th and Harvard Streets, where the neighborhoods of Columbia Heights,
Adams-Morgan, and Mount Pleasant come together. Questions about this
event can be directed to