Renee Rosenfeld: A Brief Biography of a Jackson Unitarian

In the lead up to celebrating our 71st Anniversary on September 7, 2022, Dr. Tom Kersen will present an overview of one of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Jackson lively ancestors.

Renee Rosenfeld was a liminal person who lived on the edge for much of her life. Many of the hippies and others of the 1960s-1970s counterculture learned from folks like Renee–who for decades found ways of thinking and living outside of mainstream society and offered advice and support to the newer generations. She had a macrobiotic restaurant and later a health food store in Jackson, Mississippi. A devoted Unitarian of Jewish ancestry, she was a happy free spirit.


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