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The empowerment tragedy

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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.

Mark Morrison-Reed | 1/16/2012 | Winter 2011

Remembering liberation on Memorial Day

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Remembering liberation on Memorial Day

Perhaps we need only to go back to history, and consider where and how this celebration evolved.

Michelle Richards | 5/30/2011

Leon Spencer honored with UUA’s highest award

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Leon Spencer honored with UUA’s highest award

Pioneer in UUA’s antiracism and antioppression efforts recognized with Distinguished Service Award.

Michelle Bates Deakin | 7/20/2007 | Fall 2007

UUs lead as riot survivors receive payments in Tulsa

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UUs lead as riot survivors receive payments in Tulsa

Estimates of those killed in the 1921 rampage range from 38 to 300.

Donald E. Skinner | 5/1/2002 | May/June 2002

A step toward racial reconciliation

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A step toward racial reconciliation

A Cincinnati church reaches out to the family of W.H.G. Carter, a black Unitarian minister it rejected many years ago.

David Whitford | 5/1/2002 | May/June 2002

Faith groups join Lummi Nation fight against coal

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Faith groups join Lummi Nation fight against coal

Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship’s partnership leads to public witness event at UUA’s General Assembly in June.

Elaine McArdle | 4/20/2015 | Summer 2015

The next Selma

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The next Selma

How the Black Lives Matter movement challenges Unitarian Universalists.

Kenny Wiley | 3/30/2015 | Spring 2015

The UUA meets black power

We stepped outside

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We stepped outside

In an affluent town near Ferguson, UUs held weekly sidewalk vigils.

Barbara Gadon | Spring 2015

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