Rev. Daniel Lawlor
"Faith, Democracy & New York"
From the Civil War to the AIDS Crisis to the Pandemic, from abolition to Women's Suffrage to the struggle for dignity for refugees, Unitarians and Universalists in New York have tried to create religious spaces that are open to seeking multiple truths, respecting dignity, and building lives that are more kind, just and whole. Offering lessons beautiful and ambiguous, healing and harmful, what do our New York Unitarian & Universalist ancestors have to offer us during this season of uncertainty in our politics and culture?