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Bearing witness

Reflections

Bearing witness

An interfaith gathering at Auschwitz bears witness to human evil—and the beauty of human diversity.

Barbara Gadon | May/June 2001

Ephraim Nute, free-state minister

Looking back

Ephraim Nute, free-state minister

New England Unitarians and other abolitionists helped found Lawrence, Kansas.

| September/October 2004

Hut schools for India's child laborers

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Hut schools for India's child laborers

The UUA Holdeen India Program supports schools for child laborers.

David Zucchino | July/August 2001

How corporations became 'persons'

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How corporations became 'persons'

The amazing true story of a legal fiction that undermines American democracy.

Tom Stites | May/June 2003

Goals of the UU Holdeen India Program

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Goals of the UU Holdeen India Program

Seven principles for a partnership with the oppressed.

Staff Writer | July/August 2001

Corporations 1, Citizens 0

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Corporations 1, Citizens 0

Who says you can't fight City Hall? Corporations win battles with local governments all the time, as the people of Wellfleet, Mass., learned the hard way.

| May/June 2003

The story of Ephraim Nute

Books by UU authors

The story of Ephraim Nute

New book chronicles life of frontier Unitarian minister.

Sonja L. Cohen | Spring 2011

How much do we deserve?

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How much do we deserve?

How much inequality can a democracy experience and survive? What is economic justice?

Richard S. Gilbert | November/December 2001

Resources on corporate privilege

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Resources on corporate privilege

Learn more about corporate privilege and ways citizens can work for change.

Jane Greer, Tom Stites | May/June 2003

Gordon Martin, civil rights lawyer

Books by UU authors

Gordon Martin, civil rights lawyer

UUA parliamentarian's book chronicles African Americans' efforts to vote in 1960s Mississippi.

Christopher L. Walton | Spring 2011

Hearing others' stories reveals their humanity

Ideas

Hearing others' stories reveals their humanity

We affirm women's dignity, yet UUs still wrestle with the systemic undercurrents of misogyny.

Kimberley Debus | Fall 2014

You can’t pretend to show up

From the president

You can’t pretend to show up

Where would Dr. King ask us to show up if he were alive today?

Peter Morales | Spring 2015

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