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The invisible woman

The invisible woman

‘You said it was for the best if my soul remained hidden. . . . I believed you for a time.’

Gwen­dolyn Howard | 6/1/2019 | Summer 2019

Exactly me

Exactly me

‘I thought I had to be what other people wanted me to be, but it didn’t work.’

Sarah Weaver | 6/1/2019 | Summer 2019

Nothing we do will be perfect

Nothing we do will be perfect

To work for justice, religious liberals should let perfectionism go.

Nancy McDonald Ladd | 4/29/2019 | Spring 2019

A call to action from trans UU religious professionals

A call to action from trans UU religious professionals

The time is now for Unitarian Universalists everywhere to celebrate gender diversity, honor the spiritual gifts of trans leaders, fight for justice and liberation for trans people, and welcome people of all or no genders as full participants in spiritual community.

TRUUsT | 3/1/2019 | Spring 2019

After L, G, and B

After L, G, and B

Listening to transgender and nonbinary people is about respect, relationship, and whether we can be a truly inclusive faith.

Kimberly French | 3/1/2019 | Spring 2019

Why are we talking about white supremacy?

Why are we talking about white supremacy?

The idiot’s guide to critical race theory.

Crystal M. Fleming | 1/21/2019 | Winter 2018

Better than Sunday school

Better than Sunday school

Forty hours of Chalice Camp is almost as much time as kids would get in a full year of Sunday school.

Nicole Sweeney Etter | 1/7/2019 | Winter 2018

What we want at the end

What we want at the end

Talking about how we hope to die can help avoid needless suffering for our loved ones as well as for ourselves.

Kris Willcox | 10/15/2018 | Fall 2018

No time for a casual faith

No time for a casual faith

The president of the Unitarian Universalist Association reflects on the spiritual challenges of confronting the resurgence of American white nationalism.

Susan Frederick-Gray | 9/10/2018 | Fall 2018

Coffee hour central

Coffee hour central

We wanted to let people know about everything we had to offer without making them sit through a Sunday service. We started inviting people directly to the coffee hour.

Seth Fisher | 8/6/2018 | Summer 2018

Our radical teachers

Our radical teachers

In Nicaragua, women cultivate power and share their wisdom with UU feminists from the United States.

Air Nonken | 7/16/2018 | Summer 2018

Assumed identities: A personal history of passing

Assumed identities: A personal history of passing

I want to tell the truth now, about how I passed—and how people passed me off—as an American Indian.

Brando Skyhorse | 4/16/2018 | Spring 2018

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