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Home is Where the Heart is….Or is it?

For an immigrant, the ancestral land will always be their motherland. The US is the adopted country where you toil and contribute. But for many immigrants their adopted country if a land of language, education, financial, cultural and daily living barriers. Herchran Singh connects with us through her own personal immigration story to the United … Continued

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The Promise and the Practice

To learn more before you come on Sunday check this out: https://www.uua.org/giving/areas-support/funds/promise-and-practice 307 years after the first African people were brought as slaves to this continent, Carter G. Woodson in 1926 established a week in February as Negro History Week for his students.  By 1976 this grew into our national recognition of Black History Month. … Continued