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Adult Spiritual Formation, September 9, 9:15 am

This past spring, author and social justice activist Bryan Stevenson presided over the opening of the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, AL. The memorial, often called the Lynching Memorial, was opened in hopes of “creating a sober, meaningful site where people can gather and reflect on America’s history of racial inequality.” Several members of Luther Place have made a pilgrimage to the memorial, and there are discussions on the possibility of planning a group visit sometime next year. Peggy Rainwater and Leo Surla will lead a discussion on the legacy of lynching and share reflections from their recent visit.

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