Qiyamah Rahman

Full name: Rev Dr. Qiyamah Rahman

HOPE for Us Conflict Engagement Team Coach

HOPE for Us Conflict Engagement Team in Congregational Life

Email: qrahman@uua.org

Reverend Dr. Qiyamah A. Rahman in an ornate pulpit

Rev. Dr. Qiyamah A. Rahman

Reverend Dr. Qiyamah A. Rahman, is a Unitarian Universalist (UU) minister residing in St. Croix, VI where she served the UU Fellowship of St. Croix from 2012 to 2018. Inspired by the Interfaith and social justice witness of UUism, Rev. Qiyamah A. Rahman devotes her primary research to the richly diverse narratives of Black UU women and girls. She has conducted research on violence against women in Ghana, South Africa and the United States.

Rev. Dr. Rahman challenges us to expand our scholarship on the presence of UU Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOCs). Rev. Qiyamah was the Minn’s Lecturer for 2020 and presented three lectures on Black UU women and Black UU clergy women.

She is currently working on an anthology on Black UU Clergy Women, to be published by Skinner House Books. She received a grant from the UU Women’s Federation to create a website devoted to Black UU Women and Girls. The website can be accessed at SisterSouurce and will debut its official launch in 2022. She has published several essays on Francis Ellen Watkins Harper, a Black female Unitarian, abolitionist, author and activist in the 1800s. Qiyamah earned her Bachelor’s in Education and a Masters of Social Work from the University of Michigan. She has a Masters of Divinity from Meadville Lombard Theological School and a doctorate of Arts from Clark Atlanta University in Africana Women’s Studies. She has three children, and two grand children.

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The Rough Side of the Mountain

Qiyamah Rahman

Editor and scholar Qiyamah Rahman collects and explores the unique journeys of Black Unitarian Universalist clergywomen, celebrating their wisdom, resilience, and contributions within and beyond Unitarian Universalism.

Love and Respect All the Faces of the Ocean

Qiyamah Rahman

The ocean has many different faces, which I’ve encountered close-up while living on the island of St. Croix....


Behavioral Covenants in Congregations

Qiyamah Rahman

From LeaderLab
Learning to practicie helpful and healthy behaviors allows us to act on our stated beliefs and values.

The Mosaic


It Is That Time and That Place

Qiyamah Rahman

From WorshipWeb
Now is the time to call on the memories of the ancestors who thought they ­could not walk another step ­toward freedom—and yet they did. It is that...

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