Why we’re ready for radical change
If nothing else, the past few months have definitively put the lie to the idea that late capitalist societies are incapable of seismic transformations on a deadline.
This is no ‘nation of immigrants’
Let us mourn, not celebrate, the 400-year anniversary of the Mayflower’s arrival in 1620.
Poem: A blessing for the one in the scrubs
May you know that you are loved.
Being, loving, together
‘Your sacredness does not come from your doing’
We are living in the ‘Except’
There are long timelines of history, punctuated by significant interruptions. The ‘Except.’ We are living in the Except.
The art of living through a pandemic
During the AIDS era, the saving presence of art in my life enabled me both to grieve full time and to serve as a minister full time.
Spiral spiritual practice
How might we make our way through this strange and scary time called COVID-19, resilient and pointed toward collective liberation?
New hiring practices help UUA live into its values
Careful attention to hiring practices has diversified the staff of the Unitarian Universalist Association and deepened its commitment to antiracism, antioppression, and multiculturalism.
The problem with wilderness
The American environmental movement is rooted historically in ideas about pristine wilderness, free from human presence, that replicate colonial patterns of white supremacy and settler privilege. Native-led movements are changing the script.
The call of our faith
What in Unitarian Universalism’s central theology requires us to work toward building multicultural, antiracist Beloved Community?
Spiritual friendship and social justice
The Transcendentalists practiced the art of forming and maintaining spiritual friendships transcending differences of gender, social location, theology, politics, and race.
The power of we
Questions probing the heart of Unitarian Universalism.