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Do you have to be an activist to be a Unitarian Universalist?

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Do you have to be an activist to be a Unitarian Universalist?

Six leaders reflect on activism and religious identity in a racially and politically charged era.

Takiyah Nur Amin, Robin Bartlett, Ranwa Hammamy, Paul Rasor, Marilyn Sewell, Pamela Wat | 1/8/2018 | Winter 2017

On community

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On community

Community is not just a cure for what ails us; it is also what ails us.

Christopher L. Walton | 1/1/2018 | Winter 2017

Deeper attention

Spirit

Deeper attention

Photography as a meditation.

Anitra Lavanhar | 1/1/2018 | Winter 2017

Holiday traditions, tangled up like lights

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Holiday traditions, tangled up like lights

The holiday season can be a tangled web of memory, tradition, longing, and joy.

Meg Barnhouse | 12/21/2017

Activists block natural gas construction site near Port of Tacoma

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Activists block natural gas construction site near Port of Tacoma

Unitarian Universalists assist Puyallup Tribe and climate justice activists in fight against liquefied natural gas plant.

Kenny Wiley | 12/20/2017

Why many people don’t care about climate change

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Why many people don’t care about climate change

Perhaps the most important thing we can do to get people to focus on climate justice is to provide them with reliable employment, educationand health care. 

Jeffrey A. Lockwood | 12/19/2017

500 gather outside NRA for vigil against gun violence

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500 gather outside NRA for vigil against gun violence

On fifth anniversary of Sandy Hook massacre, interfaith coalition gathers outside gun lobby’s headquarters. 

Elaine McArdle | 12/19/2017

Seeking asylum from credible fear

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Seeking asylum from credible fear

Unitarian Universalist volunteers are helping traumatized women and children at a family immigrant detention center in Texas.

Elaine McArdle | 12/18/2017 | Winter 2017

Greta Gerwig, a ‘fly on the wall for my adolescence’

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Greta Gerwig, a ‘fly on the wall for my adolescence’

Three young ministers discuss Lady Bird, powerful storytelling, and hopes and possibilities for Unitarian Universalist ritual.

Aisha Ansano, Abigail Clauhs, Hannah Roberts Villnave | 12/14/2017

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