What it means to perform ‘exemplary deeds of service’ for our country and fellow citizens by Rev. Gilbert H. Caldwell, STH ’58

in News
March 12th, 2013

A UMNS file photo by Maile Bradfield.

A UMNS file photo by Maile Bradfield.

This is an amazing article by our alum, civil rights activist Rev. Gilbert H. Caldwell, STH ’58. He is a retired elder and member of the UMC Rocky Mountain Conference and a member of the board of the African-American Methodist Heritage Center. He now lives in Asbury Park, N.J. Caldwell is a co-creator of Truth in Progress, a project designed to engage people of different races and sexual orientations in a deeper dialogue about issues of race, sexual orientation, and religion. He also is the author of “What Mean These Stones? Lessons of Hurricane Katrina, 9/11, The Million Man March, The Millions More Movement.”