When charity disrupts justice
Tax-deductible charitable giving should not worsen existing inequalities. But it does.
On becoming old-old
Living to be 87 is a surprise, and I’m finding that old-old is different than just plain old.
The act of not seeing
‘This is how it feels a lot of the time,’ says one racial justice activist, ‘like white folks are just walking around like everything is okay.’
Field notes for the resistance
How to defend the values we uphold.
The best and worst of sex ed
In school I was taught abstinence only; in church I learned about Our Whole Lives.
Under government audit, Canadian Unitarians revise statement of purpose
Canadian Unitarian Council removes “work for justice” from its charitable purposes to comply with tax authority while adopting new vision statement.
The past is alive at Whitney Plantation
You can’t rewrite history, but you can help right many of the wrongs through education.
Class background, Unitarian Universalism’s hidden diversity
Three books explore the white working-class experience in America.
Kwanzaa brings multifaith family together
As a Unitarian Universalist, Kwanzaa gives me—and my multifaith family—a chance to reflect on our commitments to our most deeply held principles.
After a dying dad
‘Old life recomposes into new life, and we are not separate from this grand, inclusive, regenerative scheme.’
Starr King school receives $2 million gift for scholarships
Gift from family of the late David Lewis will provide full-tuition scholarships at Berkeley seminary.
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