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Social Action Heroes: Unitarian Universalists Who Are Changing the World

by Michelle Bates Deakin

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About the author: quoting from the book's back cover, "Michelle Bates Deakin is an award-winning journalist and author of 'Gay Marriage, Real Life: Ten Stories of Love and Family' from Skinner House Books. Deakin's work has been featured in regional and national media, including 'UU World, where she is senior editor.' About the book: Dan Furmansky, campaign manager, 'Standing on the Side of Love', said of this work, "In our tumultuous world, where scape-goating, bullying and name-calling can dominate headlines, it's imperative that we hear stories of courageous love, of faith in action, to buoy our spirits. 'Social Action Heroes' offers us these tales, and with each compelling profile renewed inspiration to actively bring our love into the world, each and every day."
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