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Climate justice activism: ‘To call a place home’

Climate justice activism: ‘To call a place home’

My Unitarian Universalist values and connections called me to climate justice activism—and to stay in the South as I work.

Aly Tharp | 4/24/2017

Relativism is the Trump card

Relativism is the Trump card

For Unitarian Universalists, being open-minded must not mean being empty-headed.

Jeffrey A. Lockwood | 4/3/2017

Essentials of Humanism

Essentials of Humanism

What we are willing to say about the universe and our lives is based exclusively on our own shared experience and reason.

Kendyl R Gibbons | 2/20/2017 | Spring 2017

What now for Americans and climate change?

What now for Americans and climate change?

The new administration poses grave challenges, but don’t give up the fight just yet.

Shelby Meyerhoff | 4/17/2017 | Spring 2017

Humanism at 100

Humanism at 100

Across a century of change, Humanism has continued to evolve.

Kris Willcox | 3/13/2017 | Spring 2017

Blog roundup, Spring 2017

Blog roundup, Spring 2017

Highlights from the Unitarian Universalist blogosphere, September 2016-January 2017

Heather Christensen | 2/15/2017 | Spring 2017

Top ten online

Top ten online

Most frequently visited stories on uuworld.org, September 19, 2016–January 1, 2017.

Staff Writer | 2/15/2017 | Spring 2017

Another solution to the rising cost of entering the ministry

Another solution to the rising cost of entering the ministry

Pare down the requirements for preliminary fellowship.

Christine C. Robinson | 2/15/2017 | Spring 2017

Bowie, Prince, and Cohen: Saints of freedom

Bowie, Prince, and Cohen: Saints of freedom

Bowie, Prince, and Cohen slashed through repression, urging us to be rapturously unshackled and alive.

Elaine McArdle | 2/13/2017 | Spring 2017

Sustainability: not so fast

Sustainability: not so fast

Who could object to living sustainably? It depends on what we mean.

Jeffrey A. Lockwood | 1/24/2017

Nathaniel Currier, printmaker of the American mythos

Nathaniel Currier, printmaker of the American mythos

Printmaker Nathaniel Currier (1813–1888) grew up Unitarian and later joined the Unitarian Church of All Souls in New York.

Kris Willcox | 11/21/2016 | Winter 2016

Preparing to work in solidarity

Preparing to work in solidarity

The 2017 UUA Common Read is The Third Reconstruction by William J. Barber II and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove.

Gail Forsyth-Vail | 12/1/2016 | Winter 2016

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