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UU Theology Calls Us To Defend Democracy

Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray locates the roots of our commitment to support our democracy in Unitarian Universalist theology and shares several resources to help UUs get involved in this historic election season.

Theology And Democracy

In the Face of Impunity, the UUA Remains in Unequivocal Solidarity with Black Communities

The Unitarian Universalist Association affirms our solidarity with all of our Black siblings and kin, with communities across the globe who rise up in resistance to state-sanctioned violence against Black people, and with the organizers and protesters in Kentucky who are responding right now.

Black Lives Matter

In Memoriam: Elandria Williams, UUA Co-Moderator, 1979–2020

We share our heartbreak for the profound loss of Elandria Williams, a dear friend and incomparable leader of our faith, who died unexpectedly on September 23, 2020.

Tributes and Recorded Services

Announcing the 2020-21 UU Common Read

Breathe: A Letter to My Sons by Imani Perry offers a broader meditation on race, gender, and the meaning of a life well lived and is also an unforgettable lesson in Black resistance and resilience. Reading the book in community is a great way to make the change we want to see happen in the world real.

Common Read

Retooling for New Realities A Year-Long Learning Community for Congregational Leaders

By Renee Ruchotzke

Meeting with other congregational leaders often generates a creative interchange of ideas. Join thought partners from other UU congregations in online cohorts in this year-long program facilitated by experienced lay leaders. 

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No is Not Enough Resisting Trump's Shock Politics and Winning the World We Need

By Naomi Klein

New York Times Bestseller National Book Award Longlist Publishers Weekly Best Books of 2017

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