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.
In Selma, ‘we are your partners forever’
More than 500 Unitarian Universalists join 50th anniversary march in Selma, Alabama.
A new ethos
How the Unitarian Universalist Association is promoting Beloved Community today.
The discomfort of listening
What changed for me after Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson.
The radical King we don’t know
Does America have the capacity to heed the radical Martin Luther King Jr., or must America sanitize King in order to evade and avoid his challenge?
In the past, our religious forebears had stood on the brink of making a difference in racial justice, and had wavered. Not this time.
‘Called out into the great, open, windy world’
Jack Mendelsohn made social justice essential to Unitarian Universalist identity.
The empowerment tragedy
Four decades have passed since controversy over ‘black empowerment’ nearly tore the Unitarian Universalist Association apart. Even now, UUs remain unreconciled over what was for many a life-defining fight.
Remembering liberation on Memorial Day
Perhaps we need only to go back to history, and consider where and how this celebration evolved.
Leon Spencer honored with UUA’s highest award
Pioneer in UUA’s antiracism and antioppression efforts recognized with Distinguished Service Award.
UUs lead as riot survivors receive payments in Tulsa
Estimates of those killed in the 1921 rampage range from 38 to 300.