By Bart Frost
For many years, a cohort among us has called themselves “raised UUs”. It’s time to widen the circle.
By Annie Gonzalez Milliken
Have you already read the introduction to this post? Oh you have? Great, let’s go! Note: As I write about challenge, comfort, and processing needs, I use examples from my growth as a white person trying to unlearn white supremacy and my growth as a young woman trying to unlearn patriarchy....
By Marisol Caballero
In celebration of Human Rights Day on December the Unitarian Universalist Association International Office offers a resource for congregations to engage with questions about cross-cultural engagement and how identity plays into local organizing. The conversation includes stories from our work...
Leverage Human Rights Day into a congregational learning opportunity with this tool!
By Jennica Davis-Hockett
One of the most surprising places I learned about deeply spiritual community was my Grandma Bette’s bridge club. Those old ladies were really knew something about showing up and caring for each other.
By Deborah Neisel-Sanders
Bringing a group of youth to GA this year and just don't know where to start? Or do you wish your annual GA trip was easier? Check out our video series starring some real experts at bringing youth groups to GA. You asked, and we've answered! We produced these nine 15-minute videos before GA 2019-...
Organizing a Youth Trip to GA? Here's Your Expert Advice!
By Bart Frost
Friends, we are super excited to announce that after more than a year of study, writing and review that we have developed new UUA-wide Youth Safety Guidelines! We invite you to take a look at the new Youth Safety Guidelines, download, and print them. These policies and guidelines represent the...