We Who Defy Hate Curriculum
Most faith tradition speaks to the idea of creating a more just and loving world. However, learning how to live toward that goal in peaceful collaboration with each other is often hard and complicated.
We Who Defy Hate is a curriculum designed to support people of different faith traditions who want to find places of common ground and solidarity in the service of social justice and action. It is a companion discussion series for the PBS documentary, Defying the Nazis: The Sharps' War.
The film features an American Unitarian minister and his wife, Waitstill and Martha Sharp, who saved scores of lives across Europe during the WWII. When most Americans were turning a blind eye to the growing social injustice and totalitarian threat in Europe, the American Unitarian Association was committed to saving as many people as possible.
We Who Defy Hate curriculum was developed by Dr. Jenice View, Social Justice Educator, in a Curriculum Incubator at the Fahs Collaborative, through generous funding from Artemis Joukowsky III and the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock, Manhasset, NY.
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