Mandisa Thomas to Receive UU Humanist Person of the Year Award

The UU Humanist Association is pleased to award Mandisa Thomas, founder of Black Nonbelievers, our “Person of the Year - A Celebration of Religious Humanism" award. Mandisa has been an inspiration both within and far beyond Unitarian Universalism. 

Mandisa will be the keynote speaker at our UU Humanists Annual Meeting, which will be held on Friday, June 22, 5-7pm at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown -- Andy Kirk Conference Room A/B

You can read more about Mandisa and the work of Black Nonbelievers here.

Mandisa will also participate in our GA panel, cosponsored with the UU History and Heritage Society


Black Humanism in Unitarian Universalist Context and Beyond

Thursday 6/21/2018, 1:30:00 PM - 2:30:00 PM  
Kansas City Convention Center -- 2502 B
Sponsored by UU Humanist Association and UU History and Heritage Society


PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Black Humanism developed within a Unitarian context but spread far beyond. We consider UU ministers Lewis McGee, a 1940s Unitarian minister in South Chicago, and 20th century William R. Jones, and how their work continues today. We conclude with a powerful voice of Black Humanism from outside the UU context.  



Rev. Dr. Nicole Kirk
Rev. Patrice Curtis
Rev. Karen Hutt
Mandisa Thomas


About Justin Jagoe

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Justin is the Administrator for the Unitarian Universalist Humanist Association (UUHA).

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