Laying claim to my own blackness
Being an Afro-American is a diverse experience that resists simple characterizations.
First we built a sandbox
This was what church was all about: the cartwheels, the parade, the presents for poor people, the stinky lady.
Let's take back our time
We work more hours than medieval peasants did.
Goals of the UU Holdeen India Program
Seven principles for a partnership with the oppressed.
How to get involved in community investing
With diversity comes strength
Our congregations are only starting to embrace what we teach our children.
A mother's bond
Grief and recovery transform the author's relationship with her mother.
A precarious path
The do-it-yourself fellowship movement spread Unitarian congregations far and wide.
Central concepts in Buddhism.
Our ultimate canvas
We are all interrelated participants in the big picture that is the universe. Process philosophers call that big picture 'God.'
Awards for service to church and state
UUA honors Debra Bowen, Mark Ritchie, Eric Isaacson, and the Rev. Alice Blair Wesley.
The UUA meets black power
BAC vs. BAWA, 1967–1971.