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The Diversity of Ministry Initiative (DOMI) seeks to foster, create, and sustain healthy, engaged, long-term ministries for ministers and religious professionals who identify as people of color, Latina/o, Hispanic, and/or multiracial/multiethnic. The initiative is supported by the Unitarian Universalist Association's (UUA's) Diversity of Ministry Team (DOMT).
DOMT is housed in the Office of the President. It is convened by the Multicultural Ministries and Leadership Director of the Multicultural Growth and Witness staff group. Its membership includes the UUA President, the Vice President for Ministries and Congregational Support, and representatives from Diverse & Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist (UU) Multicultural Ministries (DRUUMM), Ministries and Faith Development, Multicultural Growth and Witness, and the UU Ministers Association.
In late 2006 members of DOMT began a process to develop healthy, sustainable ministries with ministers of color and Latina/o, Hispanic, and multiracial clergy and to support seminarians during their formation.
In March of 2008, Rev. Alicia Forde was hired as the Program Coordinator for Multicultural Congregations in the Identity-Based Ministries staff group to organize congregational involvement in the initiative and to encourage the development of multicultural congregations, faith based anti-oppression, and social justice in Unitarian Universalist communities.
The Diversity of Ministry Team's (DOMT) initiative is still under development. Some important highlights include:
The UUA Seminarians of Color group serves as a networking and support opportunity for seminarians who identify as African, Caribbean, Native/American Indian, Asian and Pacific Islander, Latina/o and Hispanic, Middle Eastern/Arab, Multiracial and Multiethnic Unitarian Universalists.
For more information contact multicultural @ uua.org.
This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations.
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Last updated on Monday, July 16, 2012.
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