UUA International Blog Archive
UUA International Blog Archive
International Engagement & Building Peace
  • Police: A Legacy of Racism and Violence

    How certain countries’ police departments violate UN standards for anti-discrimination and use of force by targeting and using excessive force against Black people and people of color.
    By Julia Nichols | 7/22/2020
  • ‘We have no Harlem in Sudan’

    This article by Sebabatso C. Manoeli was originally published June 29, 2020 on the site Africa is a Country. The post acknowledges the international potential of the current Black Lives Matter movement that originated in the United States and resonates in many countries that...
    By Sebabatso C. Manoeli | 7/20/2020
  • Don’t Let the Movement Die Down

    The Black Lives Matter Movement began in 2013 after the murder of Trayvon Martin. Trayvon, a teenage African American boy was followed by a suspicious neighborhood watchman. The two ended up getting in a scuffle, and Trayvon was fatally shot. After the shooting, many Americans,...
    By Kyra Bellamy | 7/1/2020

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