Dispatches from the annual General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association each June, written by UU World writers.
‘Life calls us on’: Sinkford challenges at GA Service of the Living Tradition
“Resistance is what love looks like in the face of hate.”
Moral Mondays leader William Barber: ‘Mourn and protest’
Watch the Rev. Dr. William J. Barber’s General Assembly address.
Rabbi Jacobs: Why I raised divestment concerns during celebration
Concerned about ‘imbalanced’ debate, Rabbi Rick Jacobs challenged divestment resolution during GA’s Opening Celebration.
‘Stronger together’: Orlando, divestment among themes of UUA General Assembly opening celebration
Interfaith leaders, UU youth and young adults of color take center stage, call for working ‘together’ on General Assembly’s opening night.
UUA welcomes one new congregation
Bentonville, Arkansas, fellowship officially joins the Unitarian Universalist Association of congregations.
Renewing the Covenant to reimagine relationship between UUA, congregations
For deeper discernment, General Session on Saturday will break up entire assembly into smaller groups.
Wendy’s protesters demand justice for farmworkers
A Columbus, Ohio, rally calls for a boycott of the fast food chain until it joins the Fair Food Program.
Westboro Baptist Church plans to picket UUA General Assembly in Columbus
UUA leaders are in conversation with police about plans by antigay group to picket General Assembly on Friday.
UUs will gather in Ohio around interfaith cooperation, racial justice
But General Assembly resolution targeting occupation of Palestine may prove divisive.
Final texts: Social witness statements at General Assembly
A Statement of Conscience and three Actions of Immediate Witness, passed by the 2015 General Assembly, focus on reproductive justice, Black Lives Matter, climate justice, and immigration.
Black Lives Matter resolution, rally, die-in cap General Assembly
“It’s not enough to say black lives matter—you have to believe it, and to live it.”
Cornel West challenges, electrifies in 2015 Ware Lecture
“Let the phones be smart,” Cornel West tells Unitarian Universalists. “We have to be wise and aspire to integrity.”