Category Archives: Social Justice

Louisa May Alcott -Writer and Women’s Rights Advocate

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Get Ready! It’s Zimmerman Time!

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First Tuesday Film Is Coming Up!

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A Man Named Pearl and His Magical Garden

Bishopville, South Carolina was once a sleepy little town suffering in the ever-changing economy until Pearl Fryar arrived. He is a simple man. A southern gentleman whose only desire was to get a job and care for his family. But, … Continue reading

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Next First Tuesday Film: Myanmar Killing Fields

“Myanmar’s Killing Fields”  December 4th at 7:00 pm This free film screening is being co-sponsored by the Dallas Peace & Justice Center. You can read the review of the film here: https://www.oakcliffuu.org/wp/2018/11/first-tuesday-film-for-december-a-review/ Every month, at 7:00 pm on the first … Continue reading

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First Tuesday Film for December – a Review

On December 4th, the First Tuesday Film, in conjunction with the Dallas Peace and Justice Center will be presenting the Frontline showing of “Myanmar’s Killing Fields.” Be aware this film is not appropriate for the young or sensitive, as it … Continue reading

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Finding Middle Ground Through Common Ground

(This is a story that came to me in a dream. My hope is that you find a way to reach out to someone else this holiday season. Beth) Once there were two soldiers on either side of a border … Continue reading

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