Largest UU church votes to move downtown
All Souls Unitarian Church in Tulsa votes to move church downtown, out of wealthy, largely white neighborhood, in time for centennial in 2021.
Interdependent Web: Choosing a new way, the power of faith, the magic of television
A weekly roundup of blogs and other user-generated web content about Unitarian Universalism.
Two-thirds of UU congregations participate in White Supremacy Teach-In
One of the largest joint efforts among congregations in recent history, organizers say.
Board of Trustees ‘getting to real clarity’ about racism
In first meeting with interim co-presidents, UUA board talks about racism; discusses proposed bylaw amendments; hears call for general conference.
Interim co-presidents see ‘opportunity to re-center ourselves’
‘Sometimes it takes a shock to a system to get it unstuck,’ says UUA Interim Co-President William G. Sinkford.
Three co-presidents to lead UUA until General Assembly 2017
Board of Trustees appoints the Rev. Sofía Betancourt, the Rev. William G. Sinkford, and Leon Spencer to lead Association after President Peter Morales’s resignation.
Further updates to UUA resignations and controversy over hiring practices
Summary of news developments, support for critical examination of racism within Unitarian Universalism, and reactions to President Peter Morales’s resignation.
Board will appoint committee to select interim president
Approves racism audit of UUA, will meet again April 10, when it may name interim president.
Media roundup: UUA presidential resignation makes national news
A weekly guide to stories about Unitarian Universalists from other media sources.
News brief: Board drafts charge for interim president
In April 3 meeting, UUA Board of Trustees endorses ‘UU White Supremacy Teach In,’ discusses plan for interim president, outlines plan for audit of hiring practices.
New Orleans will infuse this year’s General Assembly
UUA’s annual convention will embrace city’s culture and learn from its challenges.
Humiliation and hostility: A riot lives on
Racial justice activists, many of them Unitarian Universalists, work in Tulsa to overcome the painful legacy of a 1921 riot that killed up to 300 black people.