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  • By Nancy Combs-Morgan
    Remember to…Seek ways to amplify and incorporate the voices of people of color in all aspects of congregational life. Centering voices of people of color helps to destabilize white supremacy as the dominant cultural norm in a UU setting and beyond.
  • For this month we encourage you and your congregants to watch some of the best moments of General Assembly (GA) 2019 in Spokane, WA. As program staff we recommend the Sunday morning worship service with a mighty and moving sermon, It is Time Now, by Reverend Marta I. Valentín.
  • For many of us, one of the highlights at last month’s Regional Assembly in Saint Louis was the Saturday evening viewing of a TED talk by Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw, an American civil rights advocate and a leading scholar of critical race theory, known for the introduction and development of intersectional theory.
  • We recommend watching a recording of a webinar called “Decentering Whiteness in Worship” led by Rev. Erika Hewitt, Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout, and Julica Hermann de la Fuente that was recorded on June 1, 2017.
  • Webinar hosted by Julica Hermann de la Fuente, a UU Lay Community Minister and a candidate for UU ministry. “Knowing Ourselves” was the first installment of Changing Systems, Changing Ourselves: Anti-racist Practice for Sanctuary, Accompaniment & Resistance, a four-session monthly online course.
  • By Sharon Dittmar
    Intersectionality addresses how specific identities compound to disempower people due to accepted (and often unseen) systems of power at work in society.
  • 2018 Ware Lecturer Brittany Packnett’s "talk offers much for us to reflect upon as we examine the impacts of racism and white supremacy culture within our faith.”
  • By Nancy Combs-Morgan
    As we seek to dismantle white supremacy, within our own institution, as well as the greater world, we must seek to be in relationship.

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  • By Staff Writer
    Five-year agreement signed at 2019 General Assembly in Spokane.
    Image credit: At GA 2019, UUA and DRUUMM leaders sign a five-year memorandum of understanding, reviewable in 2024.
  • By DRUUMM (Diverse & Revolutionary UU Multicultural Ministries)
    Commentary: Diverse Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries is renewing its relationship with the UUA.
  • By Elaine McArdle
    What Unitarian Universalists can learn from the handling of the controversial Thomas Jefferson costume ball at the 1993 UUA General Assembly.
    Image credit: Illustration of Revolutionary War costume, draped over a chair. In the shadow of the chair are emptly shackles.
  • By Alicia Cooke
    In the ongoing battle for the environment, we must learn to listen to those most affected.
    Image credit: Illustration of a factory smoke stack, with green clouds coming out, and protestors sitting on top of the smokestack. Illustrating protest against pollution
  • By Crystal M. Fleming
    The idiot’s guide to critical race theory.
    Image credit: Baton Rouge police approach protester Ieshia Evans during a protest of the fatal police shooting of Alton Sterling
  • By Susan Frederick-Gray
    The president of the Unitarian Universalist Association reflects on the spiritual challenges of confronting the resurgence of American white nationalism.
    Image credit: A member of a white supremacist militia stands in front of religious leaders, including UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray, who gathered to protest a rally of neo-Nazis and other white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, on August 12, 2017.
  • By Staff Writer
    ‘As Unitarian Universalists, we are first and foremost religious communities that practice love as our foundation—and we are living in times of heartbreak, violence, and pain.’
    Image credit: UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray tells a story during the Sunday worship service at the 2018 General Assembly
  • By Elaine McArdle
    “Lives are being destroyed” by white supremacy culture in Unitarian Universalist communities, trustees say; board will address congregations this month.
    Image credit: UUA trustees, members of the administration, and observers from other UU organizations gather outside the UUA headquarters on April 20 for a moment of silence in solidarity with students who walked out of schools to protest gun violence.
  • By Colin Bossen
    Unitarians and Universalists haven’t always challenged white supremacy. Sometimes they’ve championed it.
  • By Elaine McArdle
    UUA has been asked for help with more than fifteen conflicts this year. Commission on Institutional Change calls for investigation of ‘disparate treatment of people of color by congregations.’
    Image credit: Members of the UUA Commission on Institutional Change
  • By Doug Muder
    Seeing my own racism is like any other kind of self-knowledge: Unpleasant, but very real.
    Image credit: Silhouette of man looking down with sunset in background.
  • By Michael Hornsby
    Why I returned to my mostly white UU congregation.
  • By Susan Frederick-Gray
    This is no time for a casual faith. And we Unitarian Universalists must remember that we are not in this alone.
    Image credit: Susan Frederick-Gray
  • By Dara Olandt
    As a Jewish UU, I delve into the layers of white supremacy culture without and within.
    Image credit: Illustration of hands cradling a heart.
  • By Elaine McArdle
    Interfaith, multiracial clergy coalition resisted white supremacist gathering in Charlottesville, Virginia.
    Image credit: © 2017 Nora Rasman/UUA
  • By Lauren Walleser
    The Unitarian Universalists in the Media blog will return next week.
  • By Molly Housh Gordon
    Does the sin of white supremacy live in us or in the systems beyond us? 
    Image credit: © John Perivolaris CC-BY-NC-ND 2.0
  • By Mark Morrison-Reed
    What is the consequence of not knowing Unitarian Universalism’s black history? We have embraced a false narrative about who we are.
    Image credit: © 2017 Christopher L. Walton
  • By Staff Writer
    Most frequently visited stories on, April 3, 2017–July 2, 2017.
  • By Heather Christensen
    Many UUs participate in lively discussion of a wide variety of topics. Keep up with the conversation: Read UU World’s Editors’ Blog, where you’ll find links to each week’s best commentary.
  • By Kenny Wiley, Elaine McArdle
    At the General Assembly in New Orleans, Unitarian Universalists find hopeful signs in a time of surprising change.
  • By Pam Rumancik
    Injustice isn’t new, and it isn’t going away soon.
    Image credit: © Keith Negley/The iSpot
  • By Elaine McArdle
    More than half of all Unitarian Universalist congregations took part this spring in a teach-in about white supremacy culture
    Image credit: © Greg Blackman