How Do We Reaffirm That We Must Lead From the Covenant of Care That Binds Us?
UUA staff, the Commission on Institutional Change, and Unitarian Universalist professional organizations and identity groups offer these tools for congregational conversations for liberation, undergirded by this third of three core commitments.
Using a small-group ministry format, Beloved Conversations offers participants a chance to rediscover the sacred and important presence of compassion, grace, risk-taking, vulnerability, and the healing joy when cross-racial relationships are reconciled. Also offers real-time faith formation resources explicitly for people of color and organizational support for making institutional change.
Printable flyer from Fahs Collaborative, Meadville Lombard Theological School
Printable flyer with tips for how white people can avoid and interrupt racial microaggressions and suggested practices for people of color to maintain resilience and audacious hope.
Dreaming Accountability, by Mia Mingus
Blog post from May 5, 2019, provided by the UUMA
Thought-provoking blog post that incorporates reflection questions, including: What if our own accountability wasn’t something we ran from, but something we ran towards and desired, appreciated, held as sacred? What if we cherished opportunities to take accountability as precious opportunities to practice liberation? To practice love?
Provided by the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)
Restorative Justice fact sheet, guidelines, and facilitator script to support repair practices after covenant has been broken