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Showing Up for Justice

The Rev. Abbey Tennis (left), of First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia, and UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray march in a November 4 "Count Every Vote" rally in Philadelphia.

The Rev. Abbey Tennis (left), of First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia, and UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray march in a November 4 "Count Every Vote" rally in Philadelphia. Read about UUs who supported safe, accessible, and fair voting. (© 2020 Caroline Gutman)

Showing up for justice isn’t just an animating principle of thought and action for Unitarian Universalists today. It has deep roots that anchor us historically and speak to an enduring agency and leadership, which hold our democracy accountable to its founding principles.

‘Our Community Has Power’

‘Our Community Has Power’

UU the Vote reached millions of voters with support of volunteers and partnerships.

Andrea Dulanto 5/1/2021 Spring 2021

Defining Citizenship by Taking It Away

Defining Citizenship by Taking It Away

Citizenship stripping exemplifies the bundle of contradictions that is the United States of America.

Amanda Frost 5/1/2021 Spring 2021

Q&A: LGBTQ Advocate Sam Ames

Q&A: LGBTQ Advocate Sam Ames

Civil rights attorney Sam Ames says the 2020 election marks the beginning, not the end, of work to strengthen trans rights.

Staff Writer 5/1/2021 Spring 2021

Media Roundup: Faithful Responses to Election Day

Media Roundup: Faithful Responses to Election Day

Unitarian Universalist congregations in the news.

Staff Writer 5/1/2021 Spring 2021

UUs Who Made a Difference

UUs Who Made a Difference

Unitarians and Universalists have a long history of advocating for justice. Here are just a few who left their mark on the world. Who would be on your short list?

Staff Writer 5/1/2021 Spring 2021

Moment of Reflection: Witness and Protest

Moment of Reflection: Witness and Protest

Showing up for justice outside a notorious jail.

Staff Writer 4/1/2021 Spring 2021