In this week's video message, Rev. Mary Masters honors Black History Month and references "Sankofa", which is a word in the Twi language of Ghana that translates to "go back and get it". Within African-American culture the term Sankofa means “remembering our past, to protect our future”. She also shares a clip from a video about Rosie Robinson, who is living "Black History". Rosie began her life in rural Alabama as part of a sharecropper family. She eventually moved to Buffalo, NY, as part of "The Great Migration", and worked to support and raise a family. Rosie discovered Unity and is still a beloved member of our Spiritual Community to this day. On Feb. 18 at 10 a.m., we will honor and celebrate Rosie during our Service, and the video of her life story will be shown in its entirety. Rev. Mary invites you to join us for our Service this Sunday at 10 a.m., and to "Remember, Educate and Celebrate" Black History Month. Subscribe to our Youtube channel to view new videos.