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Alex Poinsett

Graduate Student In Philosophy

University of Illinois at Champaign

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University of Illinois at Champaign

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History

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Norma and Alex Poinsett (1958)
Norma and Alex Poinsett (1958) This was almost too much for Alex; Whitehead is one of his favorite philosophers! Alex had been attracted to Unitarianism as a graduate student in philosophy at the University of Illinois at Champaign. He and Norma, also a graduate student, had attended the Unitarian church there a few times and found it much more thoughtful than the "holy roller" approach to spirituality of Alex's Baptist background. He and Norma joined First Unitarian a few weeks later. Alex served on the board in the 60's and Norma in the 70's. Alex was one of them. Alex came back to First Unitarian about 1990. He chaired the Decisions for Growth workshop and drafted a three-year program for future church development. He was president of the congregation in 1996-97. A writer, Alex has contributed to Ebony magazine for 30 years and written five books.


Our Commitments

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Alex Poinsett and Julie Neuman


History - First Unitarian Church of Chicago

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Norma and Alex Poinsett (1958)
Norma and Alex Poinsett (1958) This was almost too much for Alex; Whitehead is one of his favorite philosophers! Alex had been attracted to Unitarianism as a graduate student in philosophy at the University of Illinois at Champaign. He and Norma, also a graduate student, had attended the Unitarian church there a few times and found it much more thoughtful than the "holy roller" approach to spirituality of Alex's Baptist background. He and Norma joined First Unitarian a few weeks later. Alex served on the board in the 60's and Norma in the 70's. Alex was one of them. Alex came back to First Unitarian about 1990. He chaired the Decisions for Growth workshop and drafted a three-year program for future church development. He was president of the congregation in 1996-97. A writer, Alex has contributed to Ebony magazine for 30 years and written five books.


CATALYST February, 1996: DuSable's 8-year journey toward small schools

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by Alex PoinsettAlex Poinsett is a Chicago writer.To Table of ContentsTo CATALYST Home PageTo CATALYST Home PageWhat do you think.What do you think.


CATALYST, March 1996: Million Man March moves into schools

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by Alex PoinsettAlex Poinsett is a Chicago writer.


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