Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan Oral History

Title

Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan Oral History

Subject

Fair trade, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, interfaith, social justice, Guatemala, Equal Exchange, Dallas County Jail Program

Description

Oral history interview with Reverend Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan conducted by Aspen Grender in Topeka, Kansas, on March 29, 2016. This interview features Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan, the minister of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Topeka. This discussion focused mostly on Reverend Oglesby-Dunegan’s approach to creating a welcoming interfaith experience in her congregation, her involvement with various social justice groups as well the relationship between justice and religious experience, her travels with the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee to Guatemala to learn about fair trade coffee, and her work with Equal Exchange and the Dallas County Jail Program.

Source

Religion in Kansas Project

Publisher

Religious Studies Department, University of Kansas

Date

3/29/2016

Contributor

Oral histories created by University of Kansas students, staff and faculty as part of the Religion in Kansas Project are archived in KU ScholarWorks, the digital repository of the University of Kansas.

Rights

All oral histories in the Religion in Kansas Project are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 Unported License.

Format

.mp3

Language

en_US

Type

Recording, oral

Coverage

Topeka, KS, Guatemala, Dallas County

Interviewer

Grender, Aspen

Interviewee

Oglesby-Dunegan, Sarah

Files

Citation

“Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan Oral History,” Religion in Kansas Project, accessed June 25, 2017, http://ksreligion.omeka.net/items/show/4386.