Sowing Justice: The Finishing Sprint in a Race to Protect Our Votes
Voting rights bills being brought to a vote in the Senate.
This week, we introduce Jeff Milchen: kayaker, democracy activist, and new UU World columnist.
The Riot Concluded, the Threats to Democracy Grow
Statement by the Unitarian Universalist Association on the anniversary of the January 6, 2021, insurrection at the United States Capitol
“Democracy cannot wait.”
VIDEO | Over 120 Unitarian Universalists participate in Poor People’s Campaign Moral March
Exhaling in Community
The safety I once perceived was because I did not have the complete perspective.
A Theology of Darkness
We need a new theology of darkness—a new way to relate to the darkness, blackness, and brownness that surrounds us.
‘Love That Will Get You through the Hardest Times’
Abundant LUUv, a small but growing Atlanta congregation, offers Unitarian Universalism from a Black perspective.
With Racist Violence on the Rise, Asian American UUs Turn to Community for Support
Unitarian Universalists of Asian descent have found community and support online.
Our Faith Calls Us to Antiracist Work
A theology of interdependence is the true heart of our faith; our work for justice is our faithful response.
Five Congregations That Voted to Embrace Culture Change
UU congregations across the country are grappling with change. Here are five that chose equity and inclusion over “the way we’ve always done it.” How might your congregation engage with change?
UUA Implementing Broad Institutional Change Plan
Response to Widening the Circle of Concern includes new study/action guide for congregations.
Q&A: Lay Community Minister Ben Gabel
UU Society for Community Ministries Co-President Ben Gabel explains how the new Chaplain Endorsement Program will help religious professionals working outside UU congregations.