Nights can be tough
I can’t fully express how scary it is when a man with a gun tells you ‘you’re fighting and trying to walk away from me’ as you stand still, attempting to comply.
We are all bound up together
Frances E. W. Harper (1825–1911) challenged us to practice a religion of justice.
‘Bearing witness to what I believed’
Virginia Volker recalls a lifetime of working for a more just Alabama.
Black Lives Matter banner ‘brings out conversation’
More than two dozen Unitarian Universalist congregations have put Black Lives Matter banners on their buildings.
Reckoning with history
After fifty years, the families and friends of three civil rights martyrs return to Selma, still weighing the price they had to pay.
Birmingham UU congregation honored for civil rights legacy
Small church fed, housed, transported, and advised at least 225 UUs who joined the Selma-to-Montgomery march in 1965.
Photos from the 2015 Million Moms March
Mothers for Justice United and the Coalition for Justice marched for justice for black men, women, and children killed by police and vigilante violence.
‘This is home for me’
A black Baltimore Unitarian Universalist marches for Freddie Gray, her city, and her faith.
In Baltimore, Unitarian Universalists look for ways to help
Joining vigils for Freddie Gray, packing lunches for school children, learning from black community’s distress.
In Baltimore, my liberation is bound up with yours
The minister of First Unitarian Church in Baltimore reflects on #BaltimoreUprising.
UUA rededicates Selma memorial at Boston HQ
Bronze monument commemorates three civil rights martyrs killed in Alabama in 1965.
Letter from a hoped-for future
What Unitarian Universalism looks like, twenty years from now.