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.
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.
Policing is the glue of whiteness
Despite the propaganda that treats police as heroes, actual policework is often neither clean nor heroic.
What antiracism work looks like for two UU congregations and their partners
What congregations in Colorado and Illinois have learned about ‘harnessing love’s power to stop oppression.’
Commission on Institutional Change’s final report is a critical waypoint, not the end of the journey
Letter from the UUA administration.
A pastoral letter to Black UUs
How is it with your spirit today? Today, my spirit is struck by grief.
‘Illegal’ immigrants & legal inhumanity
who are we the people to keep people / from cropping the ‘amber waves of grain’
All theologies come from a perspective
Contextual theologies seek to change society and the use of power in society.
My Black is BLUU
The Harper-Jordan Memorial Symposium declared a Black-centered theology as worth remembering, centering, and fighting for.
The call of our faith
What in Unitarian Universalism’s central theology requires us to work toward building multicultural, antiracist Beloved Community?
Give me children, and I (and they) shall die
As the fight over reproductive rights continues, not enough is being said about racial disparities in health care.
Commission survey reveals strong support for antiracism work
Commission on Institutional Change is collecting testimony through end of September; 60 percent of survey respondents see antiracism work as most important to future of Unitarian Universalism.