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John Keohane
John Keohane

John KeohaneJohn Keohane (pron. CO hayne) is a member of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin, Texas, where he serves on five committees and chairs one.

He developed and taught twice at his church, a course in UU history which utilizes many of the online biographies from the Dictionary of Unitarian Universalist Biography. It also uses online links to www sites for the University of Chicago, UUA World, the online history of the U. S. Senate, and the Unitarian Fellowship of Paris, France. For a copy of course materials, simply send him an email, titled UU History, as hundreds of Unitarian Universalists already have: keohane@prodigy.net

John is active politically, and recently organized non-partisan forums on an obscure but important elective office, the State Board of Education. A result is that both Democrats and Republicans are fielding candidates for the State Board of Education, in the districts which include large parts of Austin. Four years ago, only one of these parties did so.

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