The film Home of the Brave will be the focus of an evening discussion led by the Racial Justice Team on Friday, November 12, at 7:00 PM, in-person in the sanctuary. This movie chronicles the trip that Viola Liuzzo, a Unitarian Universalist and Detroit mother of five, took to help with the March from Selma to Montgomery on Sunday, March 21, 1965.
She was murdered that night while driving between Montgomery and Selma, shuttling marchers home after the historic journey. This film documents her journey and explores the profound impact her murder had on her children, and the details surrounding her death and its aftermath.
A discussion following the film will include its powerful story, and how her bravery calls us to action today.
A virtual option can be arranged for those not comfortable with attending in-person. To make any arrangements, please contact the Racial Justice Team at: