Living the emergency
Climate activists turn to civil disobedience at the risk of serving prison time.
Presidential candidates reflect on new process
Process leading to 2017 UUA election did not anticipate a nominee dropping out.
Resistance by the ‘Rules’
What are the restrictions on congregations getting involved in politics?
Kindness over niceness
Valuing being kind and prophetic over ‘being nice’ would help Unitarian Universalists speak more powerfully to the present times.
Be a patriot
Twenty lessons for citizens of an imperiled democracy, from a scholar of twentieth-century catastrophes.
News brief: Media outlets highlight UU responses to Trump orders
The UUA and UU Service Committee’s joint statement of conscience, as well as a minister’s response to the Trump administration’s executive orders, garnered media attention.
UUA aids voter registration effort
Congregations have opportunities to register voters in their communities to help people participate in the democratic process.
Frederick-Gray: ‘Sense of mission draws the best out of people’
The Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, candidate for UUA president, was instrumental in 2012 Justice General Assembly.
Can we be good neighbors in an election year?
Democracy requires disagreement and the skills to manage it. Let’s model the best of that practice.
Miller: ‘Blood of UUs courses through my veins’
The Rev. Alison Miller, candidate for UUA president, emphasizes power we have to heal one another.
Seeds of hatred and division
Donald Trump has marshaled a movement that isn’t going to evaporate.
Choice at the end
In Oregon, terminally ill people have the right to seek a prescription to end their lives—thanks in large part to Unitarian Universalists.