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Reverend Melora Lynngood with Worship Associate Morgan Reid —
As Unitarian Universalists we want to help heal what is broken in our world – locally and abroad. We want to help people who are hurting.
The landscape is especially fraught when people of one culture, especially those of a dominant culture, try to “help” people of another culture.
This month’s theme calls us to be ‘a people of memory;’ so, what lessons can we learn from the past? Is there a way to do “helping” work across cultural differences that is actually, genuinely, “helpful?” Is the very paradigm of “helping” flawed?