|by||Reverend Mark Morrison-Reed|
“I was hiking up a mountain when an excruciating moment set me on the path to social activism. Along the way the challenges taught me some hard lessons, including learning to be thankful for the obstacles I encountered.” Retired from Unitarian Universalist parish ministry, The Reverend Mark Morrison-Reed is an affiliated faculty member at Meadville Lombard Theological School and the coordinator of the Sankofa Archive there. He is the author or editor of five other books from Skinner House Books. Mark will be the keynote speaker at the Pilgrimage To Selma Conference in March. Mark is currently working on a new book about the Black Empowerment Controversy.