The spectrum of inclusion
Unitarian Universalist communities are learning to value the many forms of neurodiversity.
Commission completes review of hiring controversy, prepares for racism audit
Commission on Institutional Change issues report on tumultuous spring of 2017, prepares for broader audit of white supremacy culture within UUA.
Becoming the religious people we want to be
It is important to be honest about our complicated history, not to bring shame or guilt, but to bring understanding that can inform our faith today.
Responding to ‘the call of love’
Letters and commentary on our story about Jason Shelton’s changes to the lyrics of his beloved song “We Are Standing on the Side of Love.”
Second Source language changed preliminarily at General Assembly 2017
Delegates vote to change ‘woman and men’ to ‘people’ in Second Source; GA will vote again on amendment in 2018.
Congregations AIM for inclusion
AIM certification helps congregations become more inclusive and accessible to people living with disabilities.
Changing ideas about disabilities
EqUUal Access seeks to enable the full engagement of people with disabilities in UU communities and the broader society.