Rev. Marisol Caballero believes fighting racism is a spiritual imperative. That’s why she became a minister in the Unitarian Universalist church, even though she’s also encountered plenty of unwelcoming experiences in the predominately white denomination. To her, Texas and this church are home. Rev. Caballlero’s goal is to create a multicultural faith tradition. For that, she has dedicated her career to her religious home.
Marisol Caballero is a proud Tejana (Latina Texan) and graduate of Union Theological Seminary in New York. She is currently serving as the Co-Vice President of DRUUMM, a Unitarian Universalist organization for people of color, and as Assistant Minister at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin, TX. She was recently married to her love, Erin.
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