Channing Monument at Mt. Auburn

• The monument to the Rev. William Ellery Channing in Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachussetts needs care. It is stained from pollutants and biological growth. Lichen and green algae obscure the inscription and detract from the once polished white marble. The surfaces are covered with a thin network of cracks. Conservation treatment will stabilize… Read More »

Congratulations to Skinner House Books

on your 40th anniversary from your friends at the Unitarian Universalist History and Heritage Society. It is with deep appreciation that we extend our best wishes to you on forty years of spreading the Unitarian Universalist message through important publishing ventures.  We are grateful that you have been supportive of publishing both important historical works… Read More »

The Radical (Unitarian) Life of Peter Clark

The 2016 UUHHS General Assembly Lecture. Did you know that America’s first black socialist was a Unitarian from Ohio? Peter Clark was an exemplar of such coalitions: like many African American religious liberals of his generation, he affiliated simultaneously with a Unitarian congregation (First Congregational of Cincinnati) and an AME church (Allen Temple). He participated… Read More »