Q&A: jessie little doe baird
Mashpee Wampanoag Indian Tribal Council Vice-Chairwoman jessie little doe baird discusses issues facing the Wampanoag and other Native Americans.
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.”
Our Commitment to Democracy is Theological
From the UUA President: Unitarian Universalist values call us to audaciously imagine a world where no one is disposable and where everyone can thrive. They also call us to the struggle that brings these ideals to fruition.
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.
This is no ‘nation of immigrants’
Let us mourn, not celebrate, the 400-year anniversary of the Mayflower’s arrival in 1620.
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.
Portland church joins lawsuit over federal agents at Black Lives Matter protests
Deployment of federal officers violates the Tenth Amendment, chills the legal right to protest, alleges lawsuit.
Almost 5,000 attend Virtual General Assembly
UUA’s first online-only General Assembly calls for solidarity with Indigenous communities, supports defunding police, and formalizes human rights investment screen.
A special UUA president’s column
A message to white Unitarian Universalists.
Amid pandemic and Pilgrim anniversary, Wampanoag face new threat
Unitarian Universalist Association calls for urgent action to support Native American tribe that first welcomed its Pilgrim religious ancestors 400 years ago.