Widening the Circle of Concern, Together, to Upend White Supremacy
Five central Illinois congregations collaborate, aided by a new UUA study/action guide.
What you need to know about trans rights in a new era
Advancements and challenges to transgender rights herald a new era calling for a recommitment to deep engagement.
Commission on Institutional Change’s final report is a critical waypoint, not the end of the journey
Letter from the UUA administration.
What antiracism work looks like for two UU congregations and their partners
What congregations in Colorado and Illinois have learned about ‘harnessing love’s power to stop oppression.’
All theologies come from a perspective
Contextual theologies seek to change society and the use of power in society.
The call of our faith
What in Unitarian Universalism’s central theology requires us to work toward building multicultural, antiracist Beloved Community?
SMILE Project helps teens realize their potential
An Illinois congregation’s internship program offers students valuable firsthand workplace experience.
Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal closing
New Orleans service and learning center, founded after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, is closing at the end of November.
‘Conversations for Liberation’ helps UUs address antiracism conflicts
Leaders of the UUA, affiliated professional organizations, and identity groups ask congregations to hold conversations and submit feedback by December 20.
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.
Moving mountains one stone at a time
As Unitarian Universalists, our journey is to transform the big and the small, to transform ourselves, and to transform the world.
Commission invites UUs to build a ‘truly hospitable’ faith
‘If we were able to fashion a UUA that could work for the person who had been the most marginalized among us, it would work better for everyone.’