Examining the role of genetic inheritance and the need to challenge and correct assumptions that perpetuate discrimination against the disabled.
Rev. Andrea Abbott came to the ministry somewhat late in life after having worked in various human services related occupations and as a librarian. For many years, she was the librarian at Auburn Correctional Facility. For the past fifteen years, until her retirement this October, she has been first the student minister and then the ordained minister at the First Universalist Society in Central Square. She is a life-long Unitarian Universalist. It’s part of her genetic makeup.