Category Archives: History

The Road to Brown v. Board of Education

The June 2015 issue of response features a story on Pauli Murray, civil rights lawyer commissioned by United Methodist Women foremothers to write¬†an analysis of the effect of racial segregation on education. This work, titled States Laws on Race and … Continue reading

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Pauli Murray and the True Story of Courageous Women

The June 2015 issue of response features a brief story on Pauli Murray and her role in United Methodist Women and U.S. history. This video, which debuted at Assembly 2014, tells this story as well. Enjoy!

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The Founding Mothers of Mother’s Day

Did you know that Mother’s Day was founded by a Methodist woman? Video by United Methodist Communications, featuring United Methodist Women General Secretary Harriett Jane Olson.

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