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Civil Rights Tour Oct. 17-22, 2021

Civil Rights tour includes Edmund Pettus Bridge

A Civil Rights Tour of the South is planned for Oct 17-22, 2021, led by two women from Kalamazoo Westwood United Methodist Church.

Civil Rights pioneer dies

Civil rights pioneer Gilbert Caldwell speaking

The Rev. Gil Caldwell’s death on September 4 follows the passing this year of other giants of the civil rights era — the Rev. Joseph Lowery, the Rev. C. T. Vivian, and Rep. John Lewis.

Panelists urge action on race issues

James Lawson in Washington, one of four panelists in town hall.

Four civil rights veterans encourage people of faith to get involved. Panelists speak out for justice during a United Methodist town hall with the theme, “Seasoned leaders discuss dismantling racism.”

Civil rights titans talk about racism

Civil Rights leader James Lawson

How do the current protests surrounding the death of George Floyd and others due to police brutality compare to the 1950s and 1960s? Civil Rights leaders reflect.

Their faith changed a nation

The Revs. John Lewis and C.T. Vivian are remembered as men whose faith enabled them to go the distance for equity and justice.

MLK’s last sermon still relevant today

Four days before his tragic death in Memphis, Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. preached in Washington D.C.

Civil Rights Tour proves life-changing

An eye-opening spring break takes students on a trip through the southern United States.

Dorothy Height stamp debuts Feb. 1

A leader in civil rights, United Methodist Dorothy Height is depicted in U.S. Postal Service’s Black Heritage series.

Meandering toward unity

United Methodists were among those who gathered in Detroit on Nov. 14 to stand up for love.