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Intersectionality, Intercultural, Interfaith by Gerald Davis

The Rev. Gerald Davis offers the homily during this DMin chapel service. He is currently serving as the minister of the Church of the Restoration Unitarian Universalist and as an affiliate minister at All Souls Unitarian Church, both in Tulsa. Previously, he served as the County Director for the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. Over the years, Rev. Davis and his ministry have followed the arc of the universe as it bends towards social justice.
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