Class is one of the last taboo subjects, yet it affects us every day in both overt and subtle ways—and it stands in our way as we seek to live our UU principles and create Beloved Community.
Bio: Rev. Dr. Dorothy Emerson is a semi-retired Unitarian Universalist minister and co-founder of UU Class Conversations. A long-time social justice and anti-oppression advocate, she has served in both parish and community ministries and is the co-author/editor of Called to Community: New Directions in Unitarian Universalist Ministry. A native Californian, she is in the process of publishing a memoir on culture change in the 1960s in California, Sea Change: the unfinished agenda of the 1960s.