Commission On Institutional Change

Full name: Commission OnInstitutional Change

Website: Commission on Institutional Change

Email: commission@uua.org

The members and staff of the UUA Commission on Institutional Change were Chair Rev. Leslie Takahashi, Mary Byron, Cir L’Bert Jr., Rev. Dr. Natalie Fenimore, Dr. Elías Ortega, Caitlin Breedlove, DeReau K. Farrar, and Project Manager Rev. Marcus Fogliano.

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The Report of the UUA Commission on Institutional Change analyzes structural and systemic racism and white supremacy culture within Unitarian Universalism and makes recommendations to advance long-term change. You can access the text of the report for free on uua.org .

Book | By Commission On Institutional Change

How do we talk about the mission and values that span the berth of the Unitarian Universalist movement? Use this guide within your community to answer this very question.

By Commission On Institutional Change | August 20, 2020

Audio and text. When appointed during the 2017 General Assembly, the Commission on Institutional Change was charged with working to identify and propose redress to issue . . .

By Commission On Institutional Change | June 11, 2020 | From Widening the Circle of Concern

The Commission on Institutional Change recommends the Board of Trustees revisits the findings of the Fifth Principle Task Force as part of a broader governance reform agenda.

By Commission On Institutional Change | January 24, 2020 | From Institutional Change

The work of the Commission on Institutional Change indicates that there will probably be no consensus on language and yet a lack of consensus should not get in the way of continued conversation and action. ~ Reflections by Commissioner Cir L L’Bert Jr.

By Commission On Institutional Change | May 28, 2019 | From Institutional Change

Keeping quiet, doing nothing isn’t an option for me in a faith that proclaims that we respect the inherent worth and dignity of all people. ~ Reflections by Commissioner Mary Byron

By Commission On Institutional Change, Mary Byron | May 2, 2019 | From Institutional Change

The Commission on Institutional Change requests personal accounts and stories about how racism has affected individuals and groups within Unitarian Universalism. Join in the conversation with an individual interview or focus group at calendly.com/mfogliano

By Commission On Institutional Change | April 22, 2019 | From Institutional Change

The Commission on Institutional Change urges us to create a common vocabulary that will provide us with a dynamic language through which we communicate our deepest hopes for the future of our faith.

By Commission On Institutional Change | March 1, 2019 | From Institutional Change

Building up towards the General Assembly 2018, the members of the Commission on Institutional Change (COIC) decided that as a faith community, we should be centering theology and faith work as we moved into a deeper engagement with the charge received from the Board of Trustees in GA 2017. As an...

By Commission On Institutional Change | December 4, 2018 | From Institutional Change

The Commission on Institutional Change provides its learnings and recommendations surrounding the Association's track of data on the credentialing and career trajectories of religious professionals of color.

By Commission On Institutional Change | November 12, 2018 | From Institutional Change

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LeaderLab

Hospitality, Reparations and Our First Principle

Cir L’Bert Jr., Keith Kron, Patrice K. Curtis, Woullard Lett

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How do we learn new practices of hospitality for our congregations and our ministries?
Why Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Matters To Your Congregation

Mary Byron, Mark Hicks, Paula Cole Jones, Karin Lin

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Our faith is changing and we need innovation in worship, in leadership, and in new communities. How do we support the innovators and risk-takers among us?
Education and Transformation In UU Communities

Natalie Maxwell Fenimore, Aisha Hauser, Darrick Jackson

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A liberatory faith holds the theological mandate to privilege those most in need of justice. How do we educate for this theological mandate?
Theological Grounding for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Elías Ortega, Mykal Slack, Sofía Betancourt, Ranwa Hammamy

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We are called to wrestle with our theological legacy and engage with it in the search for deeper spiritual depth and communal inspiration.
Accountabilty, Agility, and Good Governance

Leslie Takahashi, Kim Hampton, Lucia Santini Field, Leon Spencer

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How do we develop systems that are accountable to expanding diversity, equity and inclusion? Structures that promote accountability are essential.

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