Reverend Melora Lynngood – This is part one of a three-part sermon series on ‘Living with Compassion across Diversity.’ Some older models of multi-cultural and anti-racism training were limited by their shame-based nature (e.g., making white people or straight people or male people feel guilty for the privileges they gain in a racist, homophobic, sexist culture). Unitarian Universalist ministers have been learning about a new model — a model that looks at ‘intercultural competency’ and offers us a pathway toward greater understanding and meaningful connection across diversities of many kinds including theology, class, age, etc.
Living with Compassion across Diversity, Part I: Intercultural Competency
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