Murray Grove’s 251st Homecoming

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On Friday, October 1, trans humorist Julia Scotti is the Featured Speaker.

Julia had been named one of the Top Five Transgender Comedians in the country by Advocate Magazine and was named one of the “Top 50 Successful Transgender Americans You Should Know” by the LGBTQ Nation.

Her documentary Julia Scotti: Funny that Way was released Video on Demand on June 1 in honor of Pride. The doc was directed and produce by Susan Sandler author of Crossing Delancey (see press release) and has been showcased at many festivals including Austin (aGLIFF). Cyndi Lauper tweeted about her documentary, and she was just interviewed by Hustler for the October issue.

On Saturday, October 2, our Homecoming weekend continues as featured speakers and workshop presenters include Crystal Charley-Sibley from Black Health Equity Salvation and Social Justice; Andrea McChristian from the NJ Institute for Social Justice; Robert Seda-Schreiber from the Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice and the Racial Justice Task Force of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton; Youth from UU Faith action Youth Project; Rev. Kerwin Webb NJ Social Justice Remembrance Coalition; Cir L’Bert, Jr from the Commission on Institutional Change; and Carol Watchler with Ted Fetter. Some of the featured speakers will conduct interactive workshops on their presentation topics in the afternoon.

On Sunday, October 3, Rev. Michael Tino will Preach from the Potter Chapel and we will formally launch our mighty Hand in Hand with a crew and passengers.