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Commission on Institutional Change

The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Commission on Institutional Change is charged with long-term cultural and institutional change that redeems the essential promise and ideals of Unitarian Universalism. Read more.

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Commission on Institutional Change at General Assembly 2018

Commission on Institutional Change

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The year since the Commission on Institutional Change's formations the Commissioners have been engaged in meeting its charge....

Institutional Change

Call for Reflection on the Fifth Principle Task Force Report

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Revisiting the findings of the Fifth Principle Task Force as part of a broader governance reform agenda.
A Note on Definitions

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A lack of consensus on language should not get in the way of continued conversation and action. ~ Reflections by Commissioner Cir L L’Bert Jr.
The Joy in the Spiritual Work

Commission on Institutional Change, Mary Byron

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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.
Seeking Truths for Transformation

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The Commission on Institutional Change requests personal accounts and stories about how racism has affected individuals and groups within UUism.
We Lack a Common Vocabulary and Understanding about Race and Oppression Among Us

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Creating a common vocabulary will provide us with a dynamic language through which we can communicate our deepest hopes for the future of our faith.
Centering Theology: Conversation about Faith, Race and Liberation

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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...
Calling In: Data Collection on Basic Demographic Information of Religious Professionals is Lacking

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Learnings and recommendations surrounding the Association's track of data on the credentialing and
career trajectories of religious professionals of color.
Calling In: Fulfill the Commitment to Fund the Commission on Institutional Change

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The Commission on Institutional Change held its second in person meeting in at UUA headquarters on October 12th. As we continue our work, we become more convinced of the critical nature of our...

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Widening the Circle of Concern

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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.

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COIC Hospitality

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

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How do we learn new practices of hospitality for our congregations and our ministries?
COIC Innovation

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?
COIC Education

Natalie 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?
COIC Theology

Elías Ortega, Mykal Slack, Sofia 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.
COIC 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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