Congregations reaffirm commitments to Black Lives Matter
In Louisville, Kentucky; Kenosha, Wisconsin; and Lexington, Massachusetts, Unitarian Universalist congregations targeted by police or by right-wing protesters remain steadfast.
The future: No going back to normal
Everywhere, this time of pandemic and uprisings is offering us lessons that we need to carry forward.
This is no ‘nation of immigrants’
Let us mourn, not celebrate, the 400-year anniversary of the Mayflower’s arrival in 1620.
Policing is the glue of whiteness
Despite the propaganda that treats police as heroes, actual policework is often neither clean nor heroic.
Almost 5,000 attend Virtual General Assembly
UUA’s first online-only General Assembly calls for solidarity with Indigenous communities, supports defunding police, and formalizes human rights investment screen.
A special UUA president’s column
A message to white Unitarian Universalists.
The UUs making medical debt disappear
A Tennessee congregation erases $4.2 million in debt for people in need.
Amid pandemic and Pilgrim anniversary, Wampanoag face new threat
Unitarian Universalist Association calls for urgent action to support Native American tribe that first welcomed its Pilgrim religious ancestors 400 years ago.
Climate crisis invites us to imagine regenerative economy
The crushing interconnectedness of our world’s problems can be leveraged to create a comprehensive solution.
Spiritual friendship and social justice
The Transcendentalists practiced the art of forming and maintaining spiritual friendships transcending differences of gender, social location, theology, politics, and race.
We are the ones we’re waiting for
Like other young gay men of my generation, I had few role models in the 1980s. I’m wrestling with the reality that I am now an elder.
If I didn’t tell that story, it wouldn’t get told
A journalist on the front lines in a battle for criminal justice reform in Spokane, Washington.