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Winter 2006, Vol.XX No.4

Winter 2006, Vol.XX No.4 cover

On the cover:

Wreckage one year after Hurricane Katrina in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans, © Melanie Burford/Dallas Morning News/Corbis.



What torture has taught me
Twelve years at the helm of Amnesty International challenged and affirmed William F. Schulz’s Unitarian Universalism.
By William F. Schulz in Ideas

High-profile advocate for human rights
The Rev. William F. Schulz looks back on twelve years at Amnesty International.
By Kimberly French in Life

Growing with Davies
Fifty years ago, the Rev. A. Powell Davies led a bold initiative to start new congregations in the Washington, D.C., suburbs.
By Warren R. Ross in Ideas

Partners in the Gulf
Unitarian Universalists are helping marginalized communities rebuild along the Gulf Coast.
By Michelle Bates Deakin in Life