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A new ethos

A new ethos

How the Unitarian Universalist Association is promoting Beloved Community today.

Taquiena Boston | 5/11/2015 | Spring 2015

Why Black History Month matters

Why Black History Month matters

As a Unitarian Universalist, I draw courage and inspiration from Black History Month.

Kenny Wiley | 2/16/2015

Less more, please

Less more, please

Solutions to the world’s environmental problems may not require more of us, but less.

Jeffrey A. Lockwood | 2/9/2015

Community news can nurture civic health

Community news can nurture civic health

News organizations need to bridge the divide between journalism and the public.

Dan Kennedy | 1/26/2015 | Winter 2014

A life lesson from Hollywood

A life lesson from Hollywood

In ‘Selma,’ James Reeb offers a compelling lesson in being a racial justice ally.

Aisha Hauser | 1/19/2015 | Spring 2015

Selma at the cinema

Selma at the cinema

An important film introduces Unitarian Universalists Reeb and Liuzzo, but doesn't mention their faith.

John A Buehrens | 1/19/2015 | Spring 2015

James Lord Pierpont and the mystery of 'Jingle Bells'

James Lord Pierpont and the mystery of 'Jingle Bells'

The debate over where the Unitarian wrote the holiday favorite rages on.

Kris Willcox | 12/15/2014 | Winter 2014

Render unto Caesar

Render unto Caesar

Students occasionally offered erroneous answers with absolute confidence, but this fellow had thrown down a gauntlet.

Jeffrey A. Lockwood | 11/24/2014

A moral divide

A moral divide

Can we reconcile moral certainties with Unitarian Universalist Principles?

Kimberly French | 11/3/2014

Wedgwood: Beyond the table

Wedgwood: Beyond the table

The 'father of English potters' was also a Unitarian and an anti-slavery advocate.

Sonja L. Cohen | 10/27/2014 | Fall 2014

The boots worked either way

The boots worked either way

Be aware of the tensions in your life and the awareness can be an ally.

Bret Lortie | 10/13/2014 | Fall 2014

All are welcome, to a point

All are welcome, to a point

Anti-abortion activists interrupted a Unitarian Universalist worship service, then complained when they were ushered out.

Darcy Baxter | 9/15/2014

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