Racial Justice and Multicultural Ministries
Guided by our principles, Unitarian Universalists (UUs) are called to work for racial justice; to nurture religious communities that are inclusive of people of all races, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds; and to dismantle racism and other oppressions at home and in our larger society.
Building Intentional Multicultural Ministries
- What Multicultural Ministry means to Unitarian Universalists
- Entry points and UU programs for engaging in multicultural ministry
- Recommended books, video loan library, religious education, and worship resources
- The Unitarian Universalist Association's (UUA's) Multicultural Leadership Institute: leadership development, Mosaic Makers Conference, and more
- The New Jim Crow: UUA Common Read, 2012-2013. Study guide, videos, and how to purchase a copy
- Doctrine of Discovery: what it is, discussion guide, and taking action on the General Assembly 2012 resolution—NEW: grants available!
- Immigration Justice witness and worship resources, best practices, and religious education
- Criminal Justice Reform: background, UU resources, and more
- Justice for Native Peoples: UU grounding, issues facing native communities, and ways to take action
- Truth and Reconciliation within Unitarian Universalism, in congregations, and at large
- Gulf Coast: UU responses and work in the wake of Hurricane Katrina
- Economic Justice: UU grounding, interfaith organizing, and more
- History of UU Racial Justice Efforts
- Subscribe to Catalyst: the monthly newsletter from Multicultural Ministries regarding racial and ethnic concerns
- Join other Social Justice Mailing Lists
- Subscribe to The Welcoming Congregation Bulletin: the monthly newsletter from Multicultural Ministries aimed at deepening Welcoming Congregation work
- Join the discussion at the Mosaic Makers Facebook Group
- Contact UU Partners and Related Organizations
- Read Congregational Stories
- Access Resources for Religious Professionals of Color
Your commitment to this work connects you to all people of faith who are deeply committed to striving to create, reach, and embody Beloved Community. You remind us that we are all in this together. Please do contact us so that we may share our collective journeys.
For more information contact multicultural @ uua.org.
This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations. Please consider making a donation today.
Last updated on Wednesday, February 27, 2013.
- Catalyst Newsletter & Email Lists
- Related Organizations
- Religious Education
- Introduction to Multiculturalism
- Curricula & Trainings
- Worship Planning Tools
- Films & Books
- Diversity of Ministry Initiative
- Doctrine of Discovery
- UUA Anti-Racism History
- Congregational Stories
- GA Presentations
- Youth & Young Adults: Mosaic Project