Unitarian Universalist Association
UUA President Peter Morales offers a pastoral message on the Movement for Black Lives that begins, "I am inspired and moved as I see Unitarian Universalists across the country stand on the side of love as they stand alongside grassroots activists in the Black Lives Matter movement. I see example after example of congregations and individuals courageously facing threats and vandalism. To those who have acted with courage, thank you. You remind us of who we are and what we stand for."
Showing up For Our Siblings in Burundi
Recently the Unitarian Church of Burundi was attacked and its minister, the Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana, was arrested at gunpoint. We call upon the government of Burundi to immediately cease and desist the persecution of the Unitarian Church and its members.
A New Perspective on Climate Justice
In this new Beacon Press book, author Wen Stephenson tells his personal story of becoming an unlikely radical and argues that today's climate justice movement is less like environmentalism and more like the great human rights struggles of the past, like abolitionism and civil rights.
Refugee Backlash Response
UUA President issued a statement in response to the recent Syrian refugee backlash. It begins, "After the tragic terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut, I had hoped that our elected leaders would act with love and courage for all victims of terrorism. But unfortunately, they have not..."