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AIM certification helps congregations become more inclusive and accessible to people living with disabilities.
UUs in the media, Winter 2016
Selections from UU World's weekly guide to stories about Unitarian Universalists from other media sources.
What’s new at the UUA
Brief notices from the Winter issue of UU World.
Alaska fellowship races to get gender-accurate IDs for transgender people
Unitarian Universalist fellowship mobilizes to help before Trump administration rolls back rights.
More than 50 UU clergy join action at Standing Rock
10 percent of interfaith allies at Dakota pipeline protest last week were Unitarian Universalists.
Changing ideas about disabilities
EqUUal Access seeks to enable the full engagement of people with disabilities in UU communities and the broader society.
Texas fellowship ‘back on course’ after 2015 arson
The Denton, Texas, Fellowship reconsecrated its building.
Meet the UUA board’s two new youth observers
Andrea Briscoe, Bailey Saddlemire look to connect UU youth to the association.
Board: Annual Program Fund will move to percent-of-budget model
Formula and timeline still in the works, but UUA will switch from per-member to percent-of-budget funding model.
UUA Board of Trustees commits $5.3 million to Black Lives of UU
Historic decision to meet BLUU’s funding request will require fundraising, may draw on endowment.
UUs support Standing Rock Sioux in water protection action
Congregations in North Dakota and Washington are supporting an effort to stop construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Pupke: ‘I want us on fire’
The Rev. Jeanne Pupke, candidate for UUA president, emphasizes executive experience and innovation.