William F. Schulz

Rev. William F. Schulz

The Rev. Dr. William F. Schulz is a senior fellow at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and affiliate professor of preaching and public ethics at Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago. He previously served as president of the UU Service Committee (2010–2016), executive director of Amnesty International USA (1994–2006), and president of the Unitarian Universalist Association (1985–1993). His books include Tainted Legacy: 9/11 and the Ruin of Human Rights (Nation Books, 2003), Making the Manifesto: The Birth of Religious Humanism (Skinner House, 2002), and In Our Own Best Interest: How Defending Human Rights Benefits Us All (Beacon, 2001).

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The Coming Good Society

Two authors with decades of experience promoting human rights argue that, as the world changes around us, rights hardly imaginable today will come into being Rev. Dr. William F. Schulz will deliver the Minns Fall 2021 Lecture Series - October 7, 14 & 21...

UU Views of Evil

Unitarian Universalists reflect on evil, where it stems from in society and in the individual, and how to challenge its hold. Pack of 25 pamphlets.

Skinner House Books

What Torture Taught Me
And Other Reflections on Justice and Theology
From Skinner House Books

Four powerful essays from the head of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee and the former head of Amnesty International USA, based on his public addresses.

Spirit | UU World

Human rights and the evil of terrorism
From Spirit
Terrorists commit vicious human rights crimes. But they also thrive on the crimes of others.

UU World

Coiled in every human heart: Unitarian Universalist views of evil
From UU World Magazine
Unitarian Universalist ministers reflect on the nature of evil.
Hold on: The wisdom of endurance
From UU World Magazine
Suffering and anxiety are usually just as finite and time-limited as high passion and unalloyed joy.
What torture has taught me
From UU World Magazine
Twelve years at the helm of Amnesty International challenged and affirmed William F. Schulz’s Unitarian Universalism.
Unitarian Universalism's humanist legacy
From UU World Magazine
Seventy years of religious humanism.

What Moves Us | Tapestry of Faith

Amy
From What Moves Us
Excerpted from the 2006 Berry Street Lecture. When I was seven or eight years old, I lived across the street from a little dog named Amy....

WorshipWeb

Simply Cherish The Earth
From WorshipWeb
Regardless of our differences, there are a host of affirmations that we embrace as the basis for our faith. Whatever we think the holy may be, Creation...

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