In final vote, General Assembly affirms issues other petitions raised
Delegates affirm importance of issues raised by three proposed Actions of Immediate Witness that did not make it onto the final agenda.
‘No time for a casual faith’: Watch the 2018 General Assembly’s Sunday worship service
‘As Unitarian Universalists, we are first and foremost religious communities that practice love as our foundation—and we are living in times of heartbreak, violence, and pain.’
Unitarian Universalists call for abolition of ICE and end of family separation at border
UUA General Assembly continues focus on dismantling white supremacy. Resolutions condemn criminalization of migrants, call for end to private prisons, and urge support for indigenous water protectors.
Ministers mark Juneteenth with rally and action in Kansas City
Unitarian Universalist ministers and local UUs mark Juneteenth with rally in solidarity with Poor People’s Campaign in Kansas City.
Our radical teachers
In Nicaragua, women cultivate power and share their wisdom with UU feminists from the United States.
UU leaders arrested as Poor People’s Campaign begins national action
Interfaith justice movement launches 40 Days of Action in most state capitals; UUA president and sixteen other UUs arrested in D.C.
‘I want to be the change’
Unitarian Universalist youth march in Washington and other cities to protest gun violence.
We’re walking out for every student
As a teenager and a Unitarian Universalist, I have no choice but to speak up against the failure of our government to protect its youth from gun violence.
News brief: UUA president speaks at launch of Poor People’s Campaign
Susan Frederick-Gray condemns tax bill as part of ‘all-out violent assault’ on poor, working class, and middle class people; interfaith movement plans nationwide campaign of nonviolent civil disobedience.
Do you have to be an activist to be a Unitarian Universalist?
Six leaders reflect on activism and religious identity in a racially and politically charged era.
The practice of our faith
This is no time for a casual faith. And we Unitarian Universalists must remember that we are not in this alone.
How far can Unitarian Universalism’s First Principle go?
As national events chip away at my First-Principle practices, I have to wonder: What will be left?