Congregations AIM for inclusion
AIM certification helps congregations become more inclusive and accessible to people living with disabilities.
Changing ideas about disabilities
EqUUal Access seeks to enable the full engagement of people with disabilities in UU communities and the broader society.
Tom Andrews named UUSC president, CEO
Former head of Win Without War and United to End Genocide will lead UU human rights organization.
In New Orleans, ‘a big humanity reclamation act’
Thousands of volunteers have been transformed in the ten years since Hurricane Katrina through the Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal.
Read this: Rebecca Parker responds to allegations from former staff
In a statement on the Starr King School for the Ministry website, former President Rebecca Parker responds to allegations from faculty and staff who quit over the school’s search process.
What really happened at Starr King?
Faculty who resigned say seminary conflict was about claims made by former President Rebecca Parker.
Starr King belatedly grants degrees to two students
On heels of report by ad hoc investigative committee, seminary puts professor on administrative leave.
Two more Starr King professors resign
Organization of community ministers condemns school's actions; UUA leaders express dismay about 'heated rhetoric and broken relationships.'
Seminarian's injury inspires coordination in Berkeley protests
Unitarian Universalist ministry students work together in #BlackLivesMatter protests after one was bloodied by a police baton.
Unitarian Universalists work for LGBT rights in Africa
Congregational partnerships and United Nations advocacy challenge oppressive laws.
Starr King seminary continues investigation of students
Excitement over new president marred by ongoing controversy over withheld degrees and search committee leaks.
Is ALEC afraid of Unitarian Universalists?
Business group that drafts conservative legislation targets UUs in fundraising email.