Balanced budget, UUA board reports
Five regional meetings slated for UUA presidential candidates; a third candidate plans to enter race.
The same gallon of water required by a single California almond—a food I love and eat every day—can grow one pound of crickets.
Choice at the end
In Oregon, terminally ill people have the right to seek a prescription to end their lives—thanks in large part to Unitarian Universalists.
Way is opening
More than once, my attempts to stick to my dream prevented me from seeing other doors that were open all around me.
Video on YouTube
A young Canadian Unitarian mobilized fellow Unitarians nationwide to make an affirming video for transgender kids in response to a viral anti-trans rap video (YouTube). Read more.
Mount Auburn Cemetery, a Unitarian Universalist Valhalla
Visit famous UUs at America’s first garden cemetery.
UUA’s United Nations rep leads NGO group
Bruce Knotts chosen to lead executive committee of nongovernmental organizations associated with UN Department of Public Information.
A dark night journey
A dark night of the soul is a time of dormancy, fallowness, waiting, potentiality.
In New Orleans, UUs join protest against Gulf drilling
43 million acres of Gulf auctioned off despite low oil prices.
Flint water crisis compelled Unitarian Universalists to action
Members of Flint congregation go door to door; Michigan UUs lobby for “human right to water.”
Who’s at the table?
Unitarian Universalist summer camps foster self-discovery, youth leadership, and a passion for justice.
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