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Welcome! The Women and Religion Movement is alive and well in the 21st Century. A grassroots project started by lay leaders in the 1970s as an effort to promote examination of religious roots of sexism and patriarchy within the UUA and beyond, UU Women and Religion officially began as a task force following the unanimously-passed WOMEN AND RELIGION RESOLUTION at the 1977 UUA General Assembly. Although the Task Force was eventually sunsetted, the movement still exists in UU Districts that hold Women & Religion programs and woman-focused gatherings. It exists at General Assembly, where UUW&R has an annual gathering and a booth in the display area. And it lives in the hearts and lives of women and men who have been touched by the many changes inspired by this movement.

"We do not want a piece of the pie. It is still a patriarchal pie. We want to change the recipe!" -- Rosemary Matson

Meg-Bowman-PCDUUWRBOOKS BY MEG BOWMAN
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Retired Sociologist, Meg, now in her 80's, is a great-grandmother. She remains active in OWL (Older-Women's League) and W&R: UUA (Women & Religion: Unitarian Universalist Association). Originally from North Dakota, Meg has lived in northern California since 1961.

Meg Bowman - Courageous Women

Courageous Women -- Dramatic Readings on Feminist Issues,  Vol. VII
  • Eight Courageous 19th Century Women: Margaret Fuller; Julia Ward Howe, Mary Livermore, Susan B. Anthony, Olympia Brown, Elizabeth Cady Staton, Clara Barton, Charlotte Perkins Gilman.
  • Courageous Olympia Brown (1835-1926)
  • Courageous Margaret Sanger (1879-1966)
  • Courageous Wangari Maathai (Kenya)
    Short Skits, Poetry, Responsive Readings and Song Parodies. This is Meg's 12th book.          MB-CW

Meg Bowman - Readings for Older WomenReadings for Older Women . . . 311 Pages
Feel good about aging - ageism, growing old gracefully, humor, happiness, living & dying, parenting, social change, rites & rituals, self acceptance, sisterhood, wisdom & serenity.

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Meg Bowman - Readings for Women's ProgramsReadings for Women's Programs . . . 130 Pages
Wonderful collection to open and close your meetings.

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Meg Bowman - Goddesses, Witches and The Paradigm ShiftGoddesses, Witches and The Paradigm Shift . . . 230 pages.
Readers theater on UU Women such as Susan B. Anthony, Clara Barton, Jane Addams, Florence Nightingale and many more.

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Meg Bowman - Memorial Services for WomenMemorial Services for Women. Non-theistic. 156 pages.

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Meg Bowman - Women's History - Dramatic ReadingsWomen's History: Dramatic Readings . . . 210 pages.
Sappho, Hypatia, Mary Wollstonecraft, Deborah Sampson, Emma Goldman, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn.

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Celebrating Ourselves . . . 142 pages.
Biographies of the Pacific Central District Women & Religion.

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Four Women. 306 pages.
Ideal for readers theater: Agnes Smedley - An Independent Woman, May Arkwritgt Hutton - Hitch Your Wagon to a Star, Miria Matembe - Bog Mouth: An Untraditional Woman of Uganda, Who Was Sally Hemings? plus poetry and readings.

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Meg Bowman - Crone RitualsGuide to Crone Rituals . . . 212 pages.
Source manual with 10 complete celebrations plus songs, poetry readings, etc.

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Meg Bowman - Women's WisdomWomen's Wisdom . . . 205 pages.
Readers theater on Margaret Fuller, Catharine Greene, Juliette Gordon Low, plus an anti FGM dramatic reading and more.

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Meg Bowman - Feminist ClassicsFeminist Classics: Women's Words That Changed the World. 179 pages.
Short articles, poems, book segments, humor from the "Second Wave of Feminism", designed as consciousness raisers.

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BB047071Lilith: Adam's First Wife
Edited by Meg Bowman. For the Classroom, Women's History Programs, retreats, parties, lay-led services, and just for pleasure. Includes "George Sand: Deviant Extraordinaire" and Harriet Ross Tubman" plus "Moon Goddess" and Dorothy Satir's "Circle of Sisterhood."

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