UUA President’s Report, General Assembly 2021
Three core priorities will continue to guide our work.
General Assembly Special Collections Recipients Thrive and Grow
Financial contributions from GA participants make significant change possible: a look at the work of three recent recipients.
More than 4,200 UUs ‘Circle ’Round’ virtually for 2021 General Assembly
UUA’s second online-only General Assembly focuses on dismantling white supremacy and systemic racism.
This is no ‘nation of immigrants’
Let us mourn, not celebrate, the 400-year anniversary of the Mayflower’s arrival in 1620.
Almost 5,000 attend Virtual General Assembly
UUA’s first online-only General Assembly calls for solidarity with Indigenous communities, supports defunding police, and formalizes human rights investment screen.
UUA General Assembly will be entirely virtual
Annual conference, which had been scheduled for June 24–28 in Providence, Rhode Island, will take place entirely online, UUA announces.
UUs rally to end mass incarceration, stop Spokane jail expansion
Chanting “End mass incarceration!” and “Schools not cells!” about 1,000 Unitarian Universalists gathered in a public park in Spokane, Washington, for the General Assembly 2019 public witness event.
In final vote, General Assembly affirms issues other petitions raised
Delegates affirm importance of issues raised by three proposed Actions of Immediate Witness that did not make it onto the final agenda.
‘No time for a casual faith’: Watch the 2018 General Assembly’s Sunday worship service
‘As Unitarian Universalists, we are first and foremost religious communities that practice love as our foundation—and we are living in times of heartbreak, violence, and pain.’
LREDA receives President’s Volunteer Service Award
Liberal Religious Educators Association ‘leads at the margins of our faith,’ says UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray.
Unitarian Universalists call for abolition of ICE and end of family separation at border
UUA General Assembly continues focus on dismantling white supremacy. Resolutions condemn criminalization of migrants, call for end to private prisons, and urge support for indigenous water protectors.
Watch Brittany Packnett’s Ware Lecture to the UUA General Assembly
‘The more you benefit from supremacy the more responsible you have to be to dismantle it,’ Brittany Packnett tells Unitarian Universalists gathered in Kansas City.