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John Quincy Adams, Charles Bullfinch, and John C. Calhoun are just a few of the well-known figures who helped found All Souls Unitarian Church in 1821. Since that time, the church has been at the forefront of nearly every social justice issue in this country’s history, from the abolition movement to anti-war activism. Join Kojo as we hear about a new exhibition tracing the history of All Souls and the city it’s been a part of for 186 years.
- Jane Freundel Levey Chief Program Officer and Historian for Cultural Tourism DC
- Judith Clark Volunteer and Curator, "A Minister's Journey Toward Social Justice," photo exhibit at All Souls Unitarian Church.
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