Coming of age in an American internment camp
Rose Tanaka, a Denver UU, graduated high school at Manzanar, the infamous American internment camp for people of Japanese descent.
Ken Burns explores Unitarians’ WWII story
A new documentary about two Unitarian heroes is coming this fall to PBS.
Unitarian Universalist congregations sponsor Syrian refugees
At least three U.S. congregations and 25 Canadian congregations are already sponsoring refugee families from Syria.
UUSC, UUA hope to raise $250K for refugees in next 15 days
Unitarian Universalists launch refugee crisis fund, call for admission of 200,000 refugees to the United States.
Visiting Auschwitz, the imagination can only handle so much.
‘Called out into the great, open, windy world’
Jack Mendelsohn made social justice essential to Unitarian Universalist identity.
Remembering liberation on Memorial Day
Perhaps we need only to go back to history, and consider where and how this celebration evolved.
Illinois church collects veterans’ stories
Unitarian Universalist church’s oral history project opens up conversations about military service.
Toward a Unitarian Universalist theology of war and peace.
Five years of 9/11 articles
Selections from UU World’s archives, 2001–2006.
Secularism and tolerance after 9/11
Isn’t religion supposed to be fading away?
Righteous among the nations
From the archives: Israel honors two Unitarians for rescuing refugees in World War II; their story provokes soul-searching today.