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  • By Marjorie Bowens-Wheatley
    Why should we intentionally work for diversity? The responses to this question vary widely. Of course, hard demographic realities suggest...
  • By Tracey Robinson-Harris
    includes quotations by bell hooks In conversations about the initiative for greater diversity, our Unitarian Universalist Association-wide...
  • By Fred Small
    When I was in third grade at Evergreen School in Plainfield, NJ, my best friend was John Carvana. At 8 years old, I was awkward physically...
  • By Anonymous
    About The Author: The author self-identifies as Afircan American and psychology professional. Frequently I am asked, ‘Why should the UUA [...
  • By Melanie Morel-Ensminger
    Introduction to a New Orleans Jazz Funeral Welcome to a new tradition for our church—a New Orleans-style jazz funeral for the old year...
  • By Lois Van Leer
    George: This is Angel Gabriel of KGOD airwaves, coming to you live from the downtown mall in Bethlehem. The air is positively solar as...
  • By Richard M Fewkes
    How shall we address thee who art the One of a thousand names yet ever nameless? O Vishnu, Maya, Kali, Ishtar, Athene, Isis...Great Mother...
  • By John Corrado
    I am a man and I am a woman; I am a boy and I am a girl. And I am a Unitarian Universalist I am young and I am old and I am middle-aged...
  • By Wayne B Arnason
    I feel sorry for the kids today who are taking geography in school for the first time. When I was in school, unless you got really...
  • By Sarah Lammert
    Dear God, Dear Love, hold the people of Uganda in your heart. May you grant courage and safety to our gay, lesbian, bisexual, and...
  • By Anonymous
    Leader: We believe and trust that all people are equal in humanity: ...
  • By Denise Tracy
    There was a young man who grew up in China. Everyone said that he was so calm and peaceful, he should become a monk. Not wanting to...
  • By Tess Baumberger
    Let us make this earth a heaven, right here, right now. Who knows what existences death will bring? Let us create a heaven here on earth...
  • By Angela Herrera
    In English This is a prayer for all the travelers. For the ones who start out in beauty, who fall from grace, who step gingerly, looking...
  • By Sean Neil-Barron
    We gather together as a community of seekers, to honour the interdependence of life, to respect the dignity of all, and to honour the land...
  • By Susan Maginn
    I’ve always had a fantasy about going to the airport with just the clothes on my back, my ID, a credit card and my toothbrush. I go through...
  • By Julia Watts Belser
    So reads the doormat of conditional welcome: Here will pass the en-abled, blessed be their less complicated bodies. They will be able to...
  • By Michael Daeschlein
    As Unitarian Universalists, we believe in the inherent worth and dignity of every person. C: “Worth” takes endless forms. As we find more...
  • By Devorah Greenstein
    A story that celebrates our diversity of abilities.
  • By Krista Taves
    Spirit of Life and Love, God of grace and mercy, Source of all things that changes us as we cannot change ourselves, We gather this morning...
  • By Tamara Lebak
    A prayer in celebration and re-commitment to equality, justice, and liberty for all.
  • By Anonymous
    A member of a UU congregation reflects on living with bipolar disorder.

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