Why are we talking about white supremacy?
The idiot’s guide to critical race theory.
Following the leaders
In the ongoing battle for the environment, we must learn to listen to those most affected.
A spiritual subscription
Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism is hoping to build a more inclusive faith, one box at a time.
No time for a casual faith
The president of the Unitarian Universalist Association reflects on the spiritual challenges of confronting the resurgence of American white nationalism.
‘No time for a casual faith’: Watch the 2018 General Assembly’s Sunday worship service
‘As Unitarian Universalists, we are first and foremost religious communities that practice love as our foundation—and we are living in times of heartbreak, violence, and pain.’
UUs learn tools for ending the money bail system
Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism hosts public witness event at 2018 General Assembly focused on criminal justice reform.
Kansas City activist arrested in confrontation with anti-LGBT protesters
During brief protest of Unitarian Universalist support for LGBT lives by Westboro Baptist Church, police arrest a local activist. General Assembly Safety Team works to de-escalate situation with police.
The Universalist Klansman
Unitarians and Universalists haven’t always challenged white supremacy. Sometimes they’ve championed it.
UUA board will press congregations to make cultural change a priority
“Lives are being destroyed” by white supremacy culture in Unitarian Universalist communities, trustees say; board will address congregations this month.
Media roundup: UU congregations work for racial justice
A weekly guide to stories about Unitarian Universalists from other media sources.
UUA leaders alarmed by conflicts reported by religious professionals of color
UUA has been asked for help with more than fifteen conflicts this year. Commission on Institutional Change calls for investigation of ‘disparate treatment of people of color by congregations.’
Assumed identities: A personal history of passing
I want to tell the truth now, about how I passed—and how people passed me off—as an American Indian.