Choice at the end
In Oregon, terminally ill people have the right to seek a prescription to end their lives—thanks in large part to Unitarian Universalists.
Who’s at the table?
Unitarian Universalist summer camps foster self-discovery, youth leadership, and a passion for justice.
The new fusion politics
‘In North Carolina, we’re showing once again that when people of different faiths and colors come together and demand change from a moral perspective, it touches the conscience of a nation.’
A filmmaker’s quest
For Natalie Fedak, environmentally sustainable moviemaking is no fantasy.
Rejoice and struggle
An intense UUA General Assembly celebrates marriage equality, affirms Black Lives Matter.
Nights can be tough
I can’t fully express how scary it is when a man with a gun tells you ‘you’re fighting and trying to walk away from me’ as you stand still, attempting to comply.
Unitarian Universalist congregations invest in online broadcasts to extend their reach.
Michelle Huneven, back on course
Surviving alcoholism and seminary, a novelist finds depth and comedy in Unitarian Universalism.
Reckoning with history
After fifty years, the families and friends of three civil rights martyrs return to Selma, still weighing the price they had to pay.
The copyright challenge
Just because you have permission to perform music in worship doesn’t mean you can stream it online.
Letter from a hoped-for future
What Unitarian Universalism looks like, twenty years from now.
The radical King we don’t know
Does America have the capacity to heed the radical Martin Luther King Jr., or must America sanitize King in order to evade and avoid his challenge?