Sea Change is an intimate exploration of a young life lived on the edge of radical hope, change, and possibility in the 1960s in California. It rekindles the spirit of the Summer of Love when anything was possible and idealism was the air we breathed. The health of our society continues to demand engagement with issues of social justice, cultural diversity, and environmental responsibility. This memoir is a call to action to succeeding generations to keep the dream alive. There is still much to be done.
Rev. Dorothy May Emerson is a Unitarian Universalist minister, author, and workshop leader, living in Massachusetts. A native Californian, her experiences in the Sixties helped shape the rest of her life and work.