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  • Update from the Field: North Carolina UUs Join Rev. Dr. Barber to #UUTheVote

    This past Saturday, February 8, UUs from across North Carolina were out in full force at this year’s Historic Thousands on Jones Street - Moral March on Raleigh. At the rally, Rev. Dr. William Barber spoke out about low voter registration and turn-out rates in the state and...
  • Webinar: UUs & the Youth-Led Global Climate Strikes

    On Thursday, September 5th Side With Love, UU Ministry for Earth, and the Coalition of UU State Action Networks hosted a webinar for UUs to learn more about the youth-led global Climate Strikes. ...
  • 2000 Strong to Stop the KXL Tar Sands Pipelines: The Promise to Protect Training Tour

    The Promise to Protect Training Tour will train 2,000 people this spring for direct action to stop the KXL tar sands pipelines.The tour kicks off on March 23rd and will go to 10 cities and 4 reservations. Native and non-Native environmental justice activists will come together...
  • Introducing Create Climate Justice

    Create Climate Justice is what we are calling the UU inter-organizational collaborative movement. is an organizing hub to directly connect as many of us as possible to share information, resources and let each other know what we need to be more effective...
  • “We Are Still In” for bold, compassionate global action for Climate Justice!

    Representatives of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) and Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) have wrapped up to weeks of advocacy and public witness at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) concluded it’s 24th session (COP24),...
  • 2018 Electoral Justice: Yes on Issue 1 in Ohio

    Issue 1, if passed, will dismantle much of the mass incarceration system in Ohio by reducing felony drug possession convictions to misdemeanors retroactively. This aligns with our UU commitments to resist white supremacy, embody solidarity with those harmed by the prison system...
  • 2018 Electoral Justice: Yes on Amendment 4 in Florida

    Amendment 4, if passed, will have a huge impact byin enfranchising over 1.4 million people with past felony convictions. This will dismantle Jim-Crow era laws which disproportionately target people of color. Amendment 4 aligns with our UU values of dignity and democratic process...
  • Reflection on Finding Our Way Home 2018

    A brief reflection on the 2018 retreat for UU religious professionals of color, Finding Our Way Home plus the date for the 2019 retreat.
    By Janice Marie Johnson | 8/17/2018
  • Report from Mosaic Makers 2017

    A report on the Mosaic Makers 2017 conference in San Diego, CA including links to the video recordings of presentations.
  • Interview with Rev. Dr. Hope Johnson

    An interview with Rev. Hope Johnson, one of two women of color granted emerita status in 2018.
    By Hope Johnson, Janice Marie Johnson, UUA Multicultural Growth and Witness: Multicultural Ministries Office | 8/17/2018
  • Actions of Immediate Witness Affirmed at General Assembly 2018

    Delegates at each annual General Assembly have the opportunity to take positions on issues that require immediate witness through the Action of Immediate Witness (AIW) process. An AIW expresses the conscience and carries the authority of the delegates at the GA at which it is...
  • Mosaic Makers National Conference 2017: Registration Open Now!

    It is with great delight and anticipation that we announce the opening of registration for Mosaic Makers: Leading Vital Multicultural Congregations National Conference 2017 . Mosaic Makers is a dynamic gathering and learning community for teams from congregations deeply engaged...

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