The story of the indigenous people in the Philippines provides a unique lens for understanding neocolonialism. For centuries, these groups have been marginalized and left to survive on their own without access to basic resources while their ancestral lands were taken away and exploited. Join us this Sunday, July 23, as we recognize the consequences of neocolonialism and better understand its global implications.

Erol Delos Santos is an Aspirant with the UUA, and a Divinity student at Union Theological Seminary. He is embraced in love, care, and sponsorship by his home congregation, The Fourth Universalist Society. He currently works at The Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock as a ministerial intern.