History

This list includes every page tagged with "History."

  • By Joseph Santos-Lyons
    From UU World

    How the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Philippines came to be, and how it continues to evolve.

  • By Tom Stites
    From UU World

    Throughout many changes, this magazine has remained a benefit of membership in a UU congregation.

  • By Dina Gilio-Whitaker
    From UU World

    The American environmental movement is rooted historically in ideas about pristine wilderness, free from human presence, that replicate colonial patterns of white supremacy and settler privilege. Native-led movements are changing the script.

  • By Christopher L. Walton
    From UU World

    Your congregation’s support for the UUA’s Annual Program Fund makes vital work possible. For the past 50 years, UU World has been a tangible thank-you for that support.

  • By Gail Forsyth-Vail
    A helpful introduction to some highlights of Unitarian Universalism’s history and the long-held values that make up our faith. Pack of 25 pamphlets.
  • By Ibram X Kendi
    From WorshipWeb
    If I could somehow shape the world, we would eradicate the term 'not racist.' It would force people to recognize that they’re either racist or anti-racist.
  • By Pamela D Toler
    From Beacon Press
    Who says women don’t go to war? From Vikings and African queens to military doctors and WWII Russian fighter pilots, these are the stories of women for whom battle was not a metaphor
  • By Vashti Harrison
    An important book for readers of all ages, this beautifully illustrated and engagingly written volume brings to life true stories of black men in history
  • By Daina Ramey Berry, Kali Nicole Gross
    From Beacon Press
    A vibrant and empowering history that emphasizes the perspectives and stories of African American women to show how they are—and have always been—instrumental in shaping our country
  • By John A. Buehrens
    From Beacon Press
    A dramatic retelling of the story of the Transcendentalists, revealing them not as isolated authors but as a community of social activists who shaped progressive American values