Speak Their Names – The Presence of Black Women in Unitarian Universalism

February 7, 2021 – Worship Service at Paint Branch UU Church, Adelphi, MD – Rev. Dr. Qiyamah A. Rahman with Worship Associate Polly Pettit – The homily in this service introduces some of the historic Black women pioneers and their contributions. While Black women’s presence represents a small aspect of Unitarian Universalism, their legacies deserve to be a representative part of the Unitarian Universalist history and discourse.