In Tulsa, Faith Leaders Call for Massacre Reparations
One hundred years after the violent destruction of a prosperous Black neighborhood, a coalition of faith communities is building support for reparations.
UUs Who Made a Difference
Unitarians and Universalists have a long history of advocating for justice. Here are just a few who left their mark on the world. Who would be on your short list?
“the word- / less blues cry of Hope”
Defining Citizenship by Taking It Away
Citizenship stripping exemplifies the bundle of contradictions that is the United States of America.
Q&A: jessie little doe baird
Mashpee Wampanoag Indian Tribal Council Vice-Chairwoman jessie little doe baird discusses issues facing the Wampanoag and other Native Americans.
Roots of the Policing Crisis
Notable guides to the roots of white supremacy in American policing.
In Memoriam: Elandria Williams (1979–2020)
Fierce, indomitable, and deeply compassionate, Elandria Williams served as UUA co-moderator from 2017 to 2020.
We are community
No matter what issues I have with other Unitarian Universalists regarding our visions of God/Spirit, justice, race, and age—at the root of everything is community, love, and faith.
We are living in the ‘Except’
There are long timelines of history, punctuated by significant interruptions. The ‘Except.’ We are living in the Except.
‘UU World’ turns 50
Throughout many changes, this magazine has remained a benefit of membership in a UU congregation.
Your congregation’s support for the UUA’s Annual Program Fund makes vital work possible. For the past 50 years, UU World has been a tangible thank-you for that support.
The problem with wilderness
The American environmental movement is rooted historically in ideas about pristine wilderness, free from human presence, that replicate colonial patterns of white supremacy and settler privilege. Native-led movements are changing the script.