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Materials and Resources for Soul Work: the Multicultural UU University Track

Continuing the Conversation

Online Resources

Organizations and E-Lists

  • Allies for Racial Equity (ARE)
    Unitarian Universalist Allies for Racial Equity exists as a response to a request by DRUUMM, a UU People of Color Organization, for a group of white anti-racist allies to serve as partners in the journey of transforming our faith movement and our world. Our mission is to confront racism in ways that are accountable to communities of color and by creating opportunities for white UUs to understand white privilege and unlearn white supremacy.
  • Diverse Revolutionary UU Multicultural Ministries (DRUUMM)
    As People of Color mobilized in an anti-racist collective, we unite to:
    • Work for self-determination, justice and equal opportunity,
    • Empower our various ministries,
    • Celebrate our diverse heritages,
    • Overcome racism through resistance,
    • Transform and enrich Unitarian Universalism through our multicultural experiences.
  • Equual Access
    An affinity group that invites all UUs with disabilities, and all their friends, families, and allies—everybody who cares about full participation for people with disabilities in our faith community.
  • Join an Email List
  • Interweave Continental
    Unitarian Universalists for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Concerns

Books

  • Emerson, M.O.; Woo, R. (2006). People of the dream: Multiracial congregations in the United States. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
  • Hobgood, M. E. (2000). Dismantling Privilege: An ethics of accountability. Cleveland, OH: The Pilgrim Press.
  • Johnson, A. G. (2001). Privilege, power, and difference. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Higher Education.
  • Johnson, M. (2006). Disability awareness: Do it right. Louisville, KY: Avocado Press, Inc.
  • Law, E. H. F. (1993). The wolf shall dwell with the lamb: Spirituality for leadership in a multicultural community. St Louis: Chalice Press.
  • Lewis, J.J. (2008). The power of stories: A guide for leading multi-racial, multi-cultural congregations. Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press.
  • Takahashi-Morris, L., Roush, J., and Spencer, L. (2009). The arc of the universe is long: Unitarian Universalists, anti-racism, and the journey from Calgary. Boston, MA: Skinner House.

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