Something changed during that program at the church; we added our music to the women's movement. Singing together as women created something very special. We went into the service thinking of ourselves as a political activist group and came out of it singing! — Audrey Drummond, "Honor Thy Womanself"
Make a point of talking with Unitarian Universalist women whose life experiences are significantly different from yours—women from different generations, different places of origin, different family backgrounds, and racial and/or ethnic identities different from yours. How have they experienced the role of women in Unitarian Universalism? Are there particular workshops, worship services, or other congregational experiences they remember that have been important to them as women?