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Black History Month

Divine Gifts

Our very own Misa Malone talks about black history through the lens of the second principle. 

Standing in Dominion

Our very own Misa Malone talks about the fear she feels around the safety of her children and grandchildren, and how standing in her dominion and affirming the highest and best helps her navigate each day.

Love Never Ends

Rev. Jackie Hawkins talks about the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr and the truth he spread; love is the answer.

A Message from Rev. Jackie Hawkins

History helps us to understand who we are.  It helps us to better understand ourselves.  And who you are needs to have a sense of self.

Black history supports our country’s quest to understand itself as a collective.  And this history tells a story.  The story of Black life experiences and contributions to this country is rich.  It is beautiful.  It is complex.  It is diverse.  It is multiethnic.  This beautiful, complex mosaic truly is significant.  And it bears repeating and celebration.

In Unity, we believe there is one presence and one power, God the good, omnipotence.

Well, that power is diverse.  That power is inclusive.  That power resides in each of us.  And so for us to understand who we are, the story must include all of us.  That is why Black History Month is important.

Why is Black History Month So Important?
Reflections from Black Unity Leaders

How Unity Teachings Reflect Racial Equality
Reflections from Black Unity Leaders

Juneteenth at Unity San Francisco

To Listen

“The Beauty In Our Differences”
Rev. Charline Manuel
Guest Speaker
Sunday, Feb. 7th, 2021

“Stand Up”
By Cynthia Ervo
Misa Malone, vocals
Carl Pantle, vocals and keyboard

“Walk In My Shoes: An Invitation”
Rev. Jackie Hawkins
Guest Speaker
Sunday, Nov. 15th, 2020

Educational Resources

Looking to learn more about what constitutes allyship and how you can personally educate yourself in taking a stand as an anti-racist?  Here are some suggested resources with which you can begin.

An MLK Day Celebration of Love

For Allies

To Read

  • White Fragility – Robin DiAngelo
  • How to Be Anti-Racist – Ibram X. Kendi
  • Becoming an Anti-Racist – Maxwell Olmos
  • The New Jim Crow – Michelle Alexander
  • Divided Sisters – Midge Wilson and Kathy Russell
  • The Bluest Eye – Toni Morrison
  • Their Eyes were Watching God – Zora Neale Hurston
  • I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings – Maya Angelou