with Rev Tracie Barrett
The words from the White House last year about Juneteenth still ring true today: ” Those who were freed from bondage celebrated their long-overdue emancipation on June 19. Today, our Nation commemorates Juneteenth: a chance to celebrate human freedom, reflect on the grievous and ongoing legacy of slavery, and rededicate ourselves to rooting out the systemic racism that continues to plague our society as we strive to deliver the full promise of America to every American.” Join us today as Rev. Tracie explores Juneteenth and how we, as Unitarian Universalists, can live more fully into this promise.
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