2-1. Mark Harris on:Riding the Circuit to Salvation.
2-2. Kaaryn Marsh, Sankofa and Unitarian Universalism.
2-3. Barbara Coeyman, Re-Assessing Origins of Women’s Ministry.
2-4. Barbara Coeyman, takes a question fromthe audience.
2-5. Jo Paoletti on, “This far away . . . western country:” Cogwell’s mission to Nebraska.
2-6. Jo Paoletti
2-7. Jeffery Speaks, “A God Clothed in Our Form:” Intensifying Channing’s Iconoclasm.
2-8. Jeffery Speaks takes a question.
2-9. Conference site, the Maritime Institute Conference Center,near Baltimore, Maryland.
2-10. Jim Kelley reported on,Reverend George L. Chaney andthe Existence of Southern Unitarianism.
2-11. Jay Kiskel’s presentationwas on, Origins of Universalismin South Carolina 1780-1900.
2-13. Frank Carpenter.
2-12. Frank Carpenter’s talk, Channing and the Panic of 1819, covered the increasing inequality in the U.S.
2-14. John Marsh with a question for FrankCarpenter.
2-15. Moderator . . . fields a question from participants.
2-16. Stephanie May.
2-17. Dr. Christopher Cameron presents the second UUHHS talk, Black Freethoughtfrom Slavery to Civil Rights.
2-18. Chris Cameron.
2-19. Pat Montley, Plays on Principle,seven 10-minute contemporary playsexploring conflicts and crises relatedto our seven UU principles.
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