In Tulsa, Faith Leaders Call for Massacre Reparations
One hundred years after the violent destruction of a prosperous Black neighborhood, a coalition of faith communities is building support for reparations.
Six experts in public health, racial injustice, economic inequality, extremism, and Unitarian Universalist theology talk about the deep fissures the past year has revealed—and how we can move forward.
Media Roundup: Congregations Engage with Their Communities
Unitarian Universalist congregations in the news.
Fault Lines of Injustice
This special issue of UU World examines how we can create a more just, equitable, and antiracist society, reflecting fundamental values of the Unitarian Universalist faith tradition.
UUA Will Present Five-Year Institutional Change Plan
“This is not just another initiative,” said UUA Executive Vice President Carey McDonald. “It’s at the center of all our initiatives for the coming years. It’s the foundation.”
Defining Citizenship by Taking It Away
Citizenship stripping exemplifies the bundle of contradictions that is the United States of America.
Moment of Reflection: Pause to Remember
Candlelight vigil honors George Floyd and other people who were killed by police.
“the word- / less blues cry of Hope”
Sanctuary for Change
In the struggle to transform America’s violent and discriminatory system of policing, First Unitarian Church of Louisville offers sanctuary and support.
Roots of the Policing Crisis
Notable guides to the roots of white supremacy in American policing.
Q&A: Justice Gatson
Justice Gatson founded the Reale Justice Network in Kansas City, Missouri. Among other social justice issues, it focuses on ending the cash bail system, a national issue that disparately affects people of color.
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.