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Epicenter Ferguson (A Poet-Preacher Collaboration)

A Letter to My Uborn Black Son by Christopher D. Sims Dear son, African American warrior,  Reincarnation of the people of the Sudan. I hope you understand why I am writing you this letter. And  hopefully, by the time you … Continue reading

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P.E.A.C.E. — Christopher D. Sims and Rev. Josh Pawelek

More from Christopher D. Sims in worship at UUS:E on November 11th, 2012. (For background on Chris’ trip to CT, go here.) Chris and I co-wrote the final poem for morning worship. It is entitled P.E.A.C.E. I will post the … Continue reading

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“Johnny Lost His Job” — Christopher D. Sims

More from Christopher D. Sims at UUS:E on November 4th! (For background on Chris’ trip to CT, go here.) Chris’ second piece of the morning was entitled “Johnny Lost His Job.” I asked him to perform it in part because … Continue reading

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“I Am the UUA” — Christopher D. Sims

On Sunday, November 4th I had the great joy of co-leading worship at UUS:E with spoken word artist Christopher D. Sims (aka UniverSouLove). I’ve known Chris since 2005 when we started seeing each other at Unitarian Universalist General Assemblies. At … Continue reading

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“Word Warrior” — Christopher D. Sims

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UniverSouLove

This weekend spoken word artist Christopher D. Sims, aka UniverSouLove, will visit the Unitarian Universalist Society: East in Manchester, CT. Chris is a friend of mine from Rockford, Illinois. We’ve connected over the years through antiracism work within the Unitarian Universalist Association. We’ve … Continue reading

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