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"We are a gentle and generous people. But let us not forget our anger. May it fuel not only our com-mitment to compassion but also our commitment to make fundamental changes. Our vision of the Beloved Community must stand against a vision that would allow the privilege of the few to be accepted as just and even holy. Our religious vision must again and again ask the Gospel question 'Who is my neighbor' and strive always to include more and more of us as we intone the words that gave birth to this nation, 'We the people...' We are, and we should be, both a gentle, and an angry people."

—William Sinkford, minister

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Adult R.E.
Sunday, January 14, 2018, 10:00am - 11:00am
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Turning Points in American History. Lecture 25, 1873 Bloody Sunday - Ending Reconstruction. Lecture 26, 1876 How the West Was Won and Lost - Custer.

    

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