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This is no ‘nation of immigrants’

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This is no ‘nation of immigrants’

Let us mourn, not celebrate, the 400-year anniversary of the Mayflower’s arrival in 1620.

Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz | 9/1/2020

Nation of grief

From the editor

Nation of grief

My heart breaks for our broken country.

Christopher L. Walton | 9/1/2020

Policing is the glue of whiteness

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Policing is the glue of whiteness

Despite the propaganda that treats police as heroes, actual policework is often neither clean nor heroic.

Howard Bryant | 9/1/2020

The future: No going back to normal

From the president

The future: No going back to normal

Everywhere, this time of pandemic and uprisings is offering us lessons that we need to carry forward.

Susan Frederick-Gray | 9/1/2020

Behind the scenes of a ‘big experiment’: The first all-virtual GA

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Behind the scenes of a ‘big experiment’: The first all-virtual GA

How the Unitarian Universalist Association quickly adapted its annual convention into an all-virtual event.

Elaine McArdle | 9/1/2020

Recognizing lament

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Recognizing lament

How might a Unitarian Universalist ritual of lament help when you are driven to cry out?

Myriam Renaud | 9/1/2020

Blog roundup: The precariousness doesn’t end

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Blog roundup: The precariousness doesn’t end

Highlights from the Unitarian Universalist blogosphere, April through June 2020.

Heather Christensen | 9/1/2020

Chalice project connects community

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Chalice project connects community

In Brevard, North Carolina, Unitarian Universalists made 104 clay chalices in their homes—a hands-on way to stay connected.

Heather Beasley Doyle | 9/1/2020

Top ten online

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Top ten online

Most frequently visited stories on uuworld.org, April through June 2020.

Staff Writer | 9/1/2020

What antiracism work looks like for two UU congregations and their partners

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What antiracism work looks like for two UU congregations and their partners

What congregations in Colorado and Illinois have learned about ‘harnessing love’s power to stop oppression.’

Sherri Daye Scott | 9/1/2020

How do Unitarian Universalists mourn?

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How do Unitarian Universalists mourn?

We do not aim for erasing people’s pain—only for making it so that they do not face it by themselves.

Liz James | 9/1/2020

Commission on Institutional Change’s final report is a critical waypoint, not the end of the journey

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