UUA Anti-Racism Milestones
At the 1997 General Assembly, delegates voted that all levels of the Association embark on the intentional path to become anti-racist and multicultural. This vote was the culmination of a five-year process, which began, with the passage of the 1992 GA resolution for racial and cultural diversity. The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) has continued to seek answers to difficult questions about race, oppression, white privilege, and reconciliation and encourage our constituents to engage in this important work.
As of April 2010
- More than 210 congregations have experienced a Jubilee One workshop in the past 12 years.
- More than 5000 religious and lay leaders have participated in anti-racism events, including the Jubilee Two power analysis training.
- JUUST Change Consultants have served 35+ congregations, districts, divinity schools, and UUA staff groups, since the consultancy was introduced in July 2005.
- More than 360 congregations have participated in Beyond Categorical Thinking.
- We have 650 Welcoming Congregations.
The Office of Justice Making provided regular reports to the UUA Board of Trustees. These reports, along with the Racial Justice Statements from General Assembly, provide a recent history of the development and implementation of some of the ARAOMC projects, programs, and conferences over the last several years.
- Responsive Resolution at General Assembly—June 2006
- Statement of Conscience—2000
- Toward an Anti-Racist Unitarian Universalist Association—1997 Business Resolution
Board of Trustees Reports* and Related Documents
- October 2007 (PDF)
- April 2007 (PDF)
- October 2006 (PDF)
- April 2006 (PDF)
- January 2006 (PDF)
- Report to Anti Racism Assessment Monitoring Team (PDF)—January 2006
- Reaffirmations of the UUA Racial Imperative (PDF)—April 2005
- April 2005 (PDF)
- October 2004 (PDF)
- Report to Anti Racism Assessment Monitoring Team (PDF)—April 2004
- April 2003 (PDF)
- AR Training Approach for Elected Committee Members (PDF)—April 2003
- Discussion of AR Training for Elected Committees (PDF)—June 2002
*ARAOMC portions only of more extensive reports prepared for the UUA Board of Trustees by the Rev. Dr. Tracey Robinson-Harris for Congregational Services.
"... if we are truly committed to the creation of a society that is multicultural, multiracial, non-oppressive and diverse, we will come to know the reality of the 'beloved community and the undivided human family' experientially rather than just as an intellectual ideal.
—The Reverend William Chester McCall, III
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