The work of anti-racist multiculturalism is central to who we are as a faith community; and it is about shifting our cultures, not just shifting our numbers. Whether you're just beginning this journey or you've been on the path for many years, we hope you will find useful suggestions within this brief resource, which offers some tools to help you do, or continue to do, intentional work within your community around anti-racism, anti-oppression, and multiculturalism. Unless we, as faith communities, ground ourselves in a commitment to welcome all people not as unfamiliar visitors, but as siblings in spirit, newcomers to be embraced with open arms, we will not easily progress toward the vision of Beloved Community toward which we are striving.
With that in mind, here are ten ideas for deepening your engagement with this work:
Remember, our staff team is here as a resource for your congregation. You can reach us at multicultural @ uua.org or via phone at (617) 948-6461. We look forward to hearing from you! You can also download this web page as a handout (PDF).
For more information contact multicultural @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Monday, April 2, 2012.
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