Media Roundup: NPR podcast uncovers new suspect in James Reeb murder
A weekly guide to stories about Unitarian Universalists from other media sources
The spectrum of inclusion
Unitarian Universalist communities are learning to value the many forms of neurodiversity.
My bodily differences are part of my dignity and humanity.
Admitting I would benefit from using a scooter gave me the gift of freedom.
A gesture of love
When some felt excluded by his lyrics, Jason Shelton chose to reimagine ‘Standing on the Side of Love.’
63 UU congregations are sanctuary churches
Two congregations have been given new accessibility certification; two groups have become covenanting communities.
Congregations AIM for inclusion
AIM certification helps congregations become more inclusive and accessible to people living with disabilities.
Changing ideas about disabilities
EqUUal Access seeks to enable the full engagement of people with disabilities in UU communities and the broader society.
What are all those yellow stripes?
General Assembly is the site of country’s largest temporary hearing loop installation.
Video highlights accessibility at new UUA headquarters
On first anniversary of the UUA’s move to new headquarters, video highlights accessible design.
Study: Suicide rates leap for young black children
A new study finds that suicide rates for black children ages 5 to 11 have leapt in recent years, while decreasing for white kids.
UUs ‘restored to sanity’
When the Twelve Steps and Unitarian Universalism are practiced together, they can heal the broken