DRUUMM (Diverse & Revolutionary UU Multicultural Ministries)
1134 18th Ave N
What began in 1997 as religious professionals and UUA staff affirming their presence as People of Color within Unitarian Universalism is today a national organization. DRUUMM's mission provides support and advocacy for People of Color and leadership creating anti-racist Unitarian Universalist identity and practice. The DRUUMM family includes children, youth, and adults of all ages, and religious professionals who participate in activities sponsored by DRUUMM and its identity-based affiliates -Youth and Young Adults (YaYA), Asian/Pacific Islanders (A/PIC), La Familia Global, and African Descent. DRUUMM meets twice annually, at General Assembly and at the Fall Conference. The Leadership Development Conference is offered annually; Youth and young adults alternate years. DRUUMM sponsors General Assembly (and elsewhere) workshops, speakers, and events of specific interest to People of Color.