KeywordsRainbows in Rosedaile intentional community
Catholic Worker (FL and MO)
Social activism Political activism
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AbstractOral histories created by University of Kansas students, staff and faculty as part of the Religion in Kansas Project are archived at http://hdl.handle.net/1808/12524 in KU ScholarWorks, the digital repository of the University of Kansas.
Oral history interview with Kimberly Hunter conducted by Aspen Grender in Rosedale, Kansas on October 18, 2016. This interview features Kimberly Hunter, a resident of Rosedale, who is involved in the Rainbow Mennonite Church. Hunter discusses her upbringing in a conservative Mennonite family, her frequent moving as a result of her father’s missionary activity, and the ways that her religious and spiritual perspectives shifted following her move to Florida as a college undergraduate. She also discusses her social and political activism during her colleges years, her time in Catholic Worker houses in Florida and Missouri, and plans for the formation of an intentional community (Rainbows in Rosedale) in the Rosedale area.
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