Episode 11: People of Color Roundtable on Immigration

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Photo, clockwise from lower right: Rev. Lauren Smith, Co-Minister, South Church of Portsmouth, NH; Lily Rappaport, Youth Program Director, Unitarian Church in Wesport, CT; Yuri Yamamoto, Director of Music, UU Fellowship of Raleigh, NC; Esther Rosado, Director of Lifespan Religious Education, Community Church of New York; Claudia Jimenez, Director of Religious Education, UU Fellowship of Vero Beach, FL, and; Rev. Carlton Elliott Smith, Team Minister, Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington, VA.

Note: Due to a technical malfunction, the last 12 mins. of this episode did not upload here. For the complete 60 mins., please listen to the March 16 pre-recording, also found in the archived section of The Journey Toward Phoenix. I apologize for the inconvenience! --ces

Each year on the cusp of spring, Unitarian Universalist ministers and professionals of color/Latino/a gather for "Finding Our Way Home", a time of learning, worship and reflection. This year as we convene in New Orleans, we will consider what Justice General Assembly and immigration work means for us coming from our diverse cultural contexts. This episode will be pre-recorded, with no opportunity for calling in.

*The Journey Toward Phoenix* is a weekly radio blog intended to inform, entertain and inspire those who are attending or may attend Justice GA 2012, and to create a national dialogue about what Unitarian Universalists are doing in their local communities relative to the UUA theme of "Immigration as a Moral Issue".

The host of *The Journey Toward Phoenix* is Rev. Carlton Elliott Smith, one of three ministers serving the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington, Virginia. He is a member of both the Resources "Brain Trust" and the Program Development Group for Justice GA 2012.

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