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  • We work for justice, equity, and compassion in our relationships and systemic change in our society. We know that the escalation of...
  • White Elizabeth
    For the millions of people in their fifties and sixties who find themselves out of work, unable to find a job, and financially incapable of retiring, here's a practical plan for getting past any blame or shame, overcoming denial, and finding a path to a new normal.
  • By Rev. Christian Schmidt For First Parish in Cambridge, a move to hosting a shelter for homeless youth and young adults wasn’t just a nice...
  • Congregational Study/Action Issues (CSAIs) are issues selected by Unitarian Universalist member congregations for four years of study,...
  • Delegates at the 2014 General Assembly in Providence, RI, selected "Escalating Inequality" to be the 2014-2018 Congregational Study/Action...
  • The Congregational Study/Action Issue (CSAI) process is designed to engage Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations in an ongoing process...
  • Proxy voting is a component of our democratic process that is an important force for moderating the excesses of capitalism. As shareholders...
  • Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) is ensuring that our investments are aligned with our values. The UUA has been strongly committed to...
  • Policy, Definitions & Eligibility Criteria Download Match Form and Instructions (Word) ( PDF ) UUA Policy on Community Investments In...
  • The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Singing the Living Tradition Hymnal and Singing the Journey Supplement have many hymns and...
  • Income inequality is at an all-time high. The CEOs of the 500 largest U.S. companies make an average salary of $10.5 million, while millions of low-wage workers in our country work full-time and still can’t afford life’s basic necessities. The minimum wage is not a living wage. ...
  • Neighborhood Church—Pasadena, CA ...
  • Most companies, like people, have a mix of strengths and opportunities for improvement. Companies’ mixed records can make it challenging...

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Blue Boat: Youth and Young Adult Blog

  • By Annie Gonzalez Milliken
    Fiercely UU is a new blog series where Unitarian Universalist young adults tell stories about what our faith requires of us and how they...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    Discounted Registration Rate for Young Adult Women The International Women’s Convocation affirms each person’s right to identify for...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    Rally for Economic Justice at General Assembly! This General Assembly we are protesting outside of Wendy’s ! Why? To get better wages and...
  • By Bart Frost
    One of the best things about church is that it is an intentional community where you can live your values. In a world where almost...
  • By Annie Gonzalez Milliken
    It is Overtime to Shift the Paradigm An acquaintance of mine named Molli King is a teacher and yesterday she posted an essay she wrote for...
  • By Annie Gonzalez Milliken
    Our Self-Wrought Epic Disaster “Would you stop yelling about how we’re all screwed?” my supervisor politely asked. Oh. Right. Not exactly...
  • By Annie Gonzalez Milliken
    True Solidarity – Enduring Fire “A few weeks ago after a particularly long and hectic day, I sat down at a Mutual Aid Carrboro gathering...
  • By Annie Gonzalez Milliken
    Attend The UU Escalating Inequality/Opportunity for All Conference Terry Lowman Boardmember of Unitarian Universalists for a Just Economic...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    A Call to Action From the President's Pen President Peter Morales writes in response to ALEC (the American Legislative Exchange Council)...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    Not Columbus Day: Indigenous People's Day Columbus Day celebrates the eponymous explorer's landing of the on the shores of the Americas in...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    How Far Would You Go To Fix this Picture? Recent studies reveal that most Americans underestimate the cleavage between the best-and-worst...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    Join Thousands in NYC, and Many More Around the World The Unitarian Universalist Common Endowment Fund, as part of its role as a leading...
  • By Jennica Davis-Hockett
    Consumer – Or Principled Consumer, Who Do You Want to Be? With the shiny new iPhone 6 just around the corner and that fancy Apple Watch...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    And Change it for Good Although the effect of human activity on the climate is accepted ( by most people ), governments have thus far...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    Economic Justice is for Everyone Jamelle Bouie explains the relationship between home ownership, poverty and risk, noting that the...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    Tipped-Minimum Wage is $2.13 hour. Some think that's enough. Watch " The National Restaurant Association: Hard to Stomach " video, produced...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    Mass Incarceration, Housing Discrimination and Poverty are Linked Jamelle Bouie explains how systematic economic discrimination designed to...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    The Math Adds Up – the Politics Still Don't The Federal Minimum Wage has not risen since 2009 although the Cost of Living (COL) in the...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    Some labor for too little, others labor too little for too much Gender-based income disparity (the "Gender Pay-gap") and a minimum wage...

Call and Response: Journeys in UU Lifespan Faith Development

  • By Susan Lawrence
    His name was John. He was a Nigerian immigrant about my parents’ age. I was a suburban 18-year-old, living in Boston with college friends...

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