Unitarian Universalist Association

UU Academics Condemn Violent Repression of Student Movements

UUA President the Rev. Dr. Sofía Betancourt joins UU seminary Presidents, the Rev. Rosemary Bray McNatt and Dr. Elías Ortega in supporting student protest movements.

UU Academics Condemn Violence

UU Climate Justice Revival

In September, UUs will take part in a national Climate Justice Revival with inspiring collective worship, creative learning, new frameworks, and the chance to weave together the threads that have always linked our deepest commitments. We're entering a new era of climate action, where we cultivate relationships that lead to flourishing and transformative collaborations.

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UUA President Rev. Dr. Sofía Betancourt Invites You to Join the 2024 Climate Justice Revival

Rev. Dr. Betancourt reminds us that the work of climate justice is the work of disability rights and the work of racial justice; it is gender justice and immigrant rights. Join us on September 28-29, 2024 as we reimagine this deeply intersectional work together and take part a UU Climate Justice Revival.

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Need Whova Help Before GA? Try Our Quick and Simple Beginner's Guide.

Get familiar with the UUA General Assembly’s online convention center. (And learn how to pronounce its name.)

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Join UU the Vote

We are fighting for so much in 2024 and the work before us requires our compassion, consistency and commitment. This year UU the Vote will strengthen our local partnerships with state networks and key movement partners. Democracy calls on us all to mobilize towards our collective thriving. Will you join us?

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UUA Condemns Violence Against Gaza, Urges Immediate and Total Ceasefire

By UUA Administration

The UUA reiterates its condemnation of the Israeli military’s ongoing violence against Gaza and joins with voices across the globe urging and immediate and total ceasefire, the provision of humanitarian aid, and the safe return of all hostages and prisoners.

UUA Condemns Violence and Urges Ceasefire

Hijab Butch Blues A Memoir

By Lamya H

A queer hijabi Muslim immigrant survives her coming-of-age by drawing strength and hope from stories in the Quran in this “raw and relatable memoir that challenges societal norms and expectations” (Linah Mohammad, NPR).

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