Kenny Wiley
Denver, CO

Bio: I am a religious educator working at a Universalist church in the Denver metro area. I am passionate about black feminism, politics, faith, history, and contemporary social issues. Follow me on twitter: @kennyswiley

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  1. Hi Kenny!
    I saw you were the organizer for the peace rally in Denver last week, which I unfortunately was not a part of. I am ready to make a stand in whatever way I can that would be most effective. Do you have thoughts on this?


    1. Hey Megan! I hope you get this, and I’m sorry it took me so long to reply. I have lots of thoughts. First, there is a rally on tuesday at 6 at 24th and Weldon. You can find the FB page about it.
      More broadly, I have a few questions. What have you been most passionate about in your life up until now, and what about the Mike Brown/Ferguson situation has moved you the most?
      If you’d rather email, find me at KWiley@prairieUU.org!


  2. Just read your”Who are my people” and wanted to respond. You ask what is the sense in going to Selma in March if we didn’t go to Ferguson.I am a white female UU.Here in Ohio a man named John Crawford was killed by police. Many UUs here are busy supporting demonstrations here.t Iwould guess your follow UUs were on the front lines in Cleveland and New York also. There are many fronts.


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