Q&A: LGBTQ Advocate Sam Ames
Civil rights attorney Sam Ames says the 2020 election marks the beginning, not the end, of work to strengthen trans rights.
Media Roundup: Congregations Engage with Their Communities
Unitarian Universalist congregations in the news.
“the word- / less blues cry of Hope”
Media Roundup: Faithful Responses to Election Day
UUA Seeks to Build on 2020’s Success with Second All-Virtual General Assembly
GA 2021 will focus on deepening connections, resilience.
Media Roundup: Pandemic Memorials, Promoting Diversity, Grants for Community Service
Commission Prepares to Revise UUA’s Principles and Sources
Article II Study Commission is in conversation about our values and purposes as an organization and as a faith community and will present a draft of a new statement for the 2022 General Assembly.
Moment of Reflection: Witness and Protest
Showing up for justice outside a notorious jail.
What you need to know about trans rights in a new era
Advancements and challenges to transgender rights herald a new era calling for a recommitment to deep engagement.
UU volunteers supported safe, accessible, fair voting on Election Day
Unitarian Universalists monitored polls, practiced de-escalation, and offered water, masks, and music to people waiting to vote.
Media roundup: Religious responses to Election Day, and more
UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray ‘incredibly buoyed’ by turnout; in other news, organ donors celebrated in Michigan, UU banners vandalized in Florida.
Media roundup: Unitarian Universalists offer pastoral presence, resistance during contentious election
Also in the news: Louisville church provides sanctuary to protesters against police brutality; congregations in Massachusetts and Missouri will host homeless shelters all winter.