Six experts in public health, racial injustice, economic inequality, extremism, and Unitarian Universalist theology talk about the deep fissures the past year has revealed—and how we can move forward.
Q&A: Justice Gatson
Justice Gatson founded the Reale Justice Network in Kansas City, Missouri. Among other social justice issues, it focuses on ending the cash bail system, a national issue that disparately affects people of color.
Fault Lines of Injustice
This special issue of UU World examines how we can create a more just, equitable, and antiracist society, reflecting fundamental values of the Unitarian Universalist faith tradition.
UUA: Congregational ministries are essential, but should remain virtual only
Unitarian Universalist Association urges its congregations to plan on virtual-only gatherings for next twelve months as COVID-19 continues to endanger lives.
Baton Rouge church quickly opens childcare center for healthcare workers
In one weekend, the Unitarian Church of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, closed its building, shifted to online worship, and welcomed a childcare program for healthcare workers.
Seattle-area congregations cancel in-person worship services
As COVID-19 spreads, Unitarian Universalist congregations begin to adapt. In Washington State, this means shifting to online rather than in-person worship and meetings.
Give me children, and I (and they) shall die
As the fight over reproductive rights continues, not enough is being said about racial disparities in health care.
The positive power of group hugs
‘Touch binds us together in a way that is warm and builds community.’
What we want at the end
Talking about how we hope to die can help avoid needless suffering for our loved ones as well as for ourselves.
GA attendees make 1,200 care packages
The Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism–led project assembled self-care packages for people fleeing domestic violence.
Q&A: Elaine McArdle
UU World senior editor is the co-author of The Neuroscientist Who Lost Her Mind.
West Virginia UU wins Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting
Charleston Gazette-Mail reporter Eric Eyre investigated prescription drug abuse.