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Over eight one-hour episodes, The New Jim Crow RadioBlog will add content to the Unitarian Universalist Association's Common Read of *The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness*. http://www.uua.org/re/multigenerational/read/index.shtml This is also the location for the 26 archived episodes of *The Journey Toward Phoenix".

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These two years leading up to Justice General Assembly have been a chance for Unitarian Universalists working on a variety of justice issues to add another lens. One of the questions our environmental activists are asking is, "What is the... more

Each year, the Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office hosts a Multigenerational Spring Seminar in New York. The theme of this year's seminar is "Beyond Borders: Breaking Barriers of Race & Immigration". On this... more

Today's guests: UUWorld magazine Senior Editor Michelle Bates Deakin and Contributing Editor Kimberly French. Deakin is also the author of Gay Marriage, Real Life and Social Action Heroes, both published by Skinner House Books... more

Scheduled guests: Carey McDonald, Youth and Young Adult Ministries Director at the Unitarian Universalist Association; Marcus Liefert, Intern Minister at the UU Church of Berkeley, Ca., and Betty Jeanne Ruters-Ward, Program Coordinator... more

Note: This episode was pre-recorded -- no calls can be taken Saturday, March 24, 4pm-5pm EDT. In the first half-hour, Dan Furmansky, Campaign Manager for the Standing on the Side of Love Campaign... more

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;... more

See description for episode on March 17, 2012.

Mandy Neff, author of the UUA's new "With Justice and Compassion" curriculum for grades 1-3 and 4-6, talks about how she uses age-appropriate stories, activities and meditation to help children understand why they should care about... more

*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... more

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... more

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