Guide to UU World’s coverage of the 2017 UUA General Assembly in New Orleans.
(© 2017 Nancy Pierce/UUA)
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UUA board approves funding plan for Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism
UUA board votes to limit president’s ability to grant severance packages
Board appoints six to two-year Commission on Institutional Change
Unitarian Universalists strive to go deeper at pre-GA racial justice training
Religious educators honor three who created UU White Supremacy Teach-In
Let the party begin: 2017 General Assembly opens
Interim co-presidents: ‘This is a time of opportunity’
63 UU congregations are sanctuary churches
Covenant Task Force calls for creation of UU general conferences
UUA finances ‘remain healthy,’ reports financial advisor
Make a difference, the Rev. Cheryl M. Walker urges UUs at the Service of the Living Tradition
Change must come if Unitarian Universalism is to thrive, say co-presidents
Hoertdoerfer accepts MacLean Award for Excellence in Religious Education
‘Second line’ parades Unitarian Universalist values through New Orleans
Assembly adopts economic inequality Statement of Conscience
UUA board to appoint commission to review Article II of bylaws
Led by TRUUsT, General Assembly delegates preliminarily vote to change ‘women and men’ to ‘people’ in UU Second Source
Youth, young adults reflect on being ‘in the middle’ at 2017 General Assembly Synergy Bridging service
Susan Frederick-Gray elected UUA president
Bryan Stevenson weaves story, policy in 2017 Ware Lecture
GA Sunday worship includes local UU congregations, members of the public
BLUU receives President’s Award for Volunteer Service
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