UUA International Blog Archive
UUA International Blog Archive
International Engagement & Building Peace
  • Slumdog Millionaire

    The second in a series of blog posts this week inspired by movies highlighted in Sunday's Oscars Awards ceremony. Today, Kathy Sreedhar, the director of the UUA Holdeen India Program , talks about the movie, Slumdog Millionaire. Slumdog won eight academy awards, including best...
    By Eric Cherry | 2/24/2009
  • Chennai Unitarian Christian Church

    Reprinted with permission from The Inquirer (The Voice of British and Irish Unitarians and Free Christians) The new building of the Chennai Unitarian Christian Church was opened on 25 January amid scenes of joyful celebration. Warm messages of greeting and fellowship were...
    By Eric Cherry | 2/24/2009
  • 25 things about the UUA's International Resources Office

    The International Resources Office also put a "25 things about..." note on our Facebook page . 1. A corner of the IRO office is dedicated as a memorial to Rev. Dr. Homer Jack! 2. When people walk into the office and see the bust of Albert Schweizer on our bookshelf, they usually...
    By Eric Cherry | 2/23/2009
  • Correspondence from an Australian Unitarian

    Dear Unitarian Friends, Australia is in a state of shock as the toll from devastation from the Victorian bush-fires slowly unfolds. It is expected that the death toll will be in excess of 200 with many in hospitals and others still unaccounted for and missing. The bushland...
    By Eric Cherry | 2/11/2009
  • Capturing Transylvania through the Lens

    Stephen Spinder , an American professional photographer who has been living and working in Budapest, Hungary for the last twelve years, held a discussion and book-signing event at the Coop Bookstore in Harvard Square, MA on February 9, 2009. Driven by his interest in Hungarian...
    By Eric Cherry | 2/10/2009
  • International Resources Office Now on Facebook

    The latest pervasive, must-have technology since the invention of the cell phone, Facebook is everywhere. And it's growing. Combining the best features of email, MySpace, and other Web 2.0 technology, 374,000 people join Facebook each day to connect, reconnect, and interact. So...
    By Eric Cherry | 2/3/2009

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