On Martin Luther King Day weekend, Rev. Paul preaches on race. Our interest is not mere praise for the leader who lost his life for the cause of racial equity but the racial state of the union. How far are we from Dr. King’s “Dream”?
Many of us are familiar with the seven Unitarian Universalist principles, whether or not we can recite them. Did you know another is being considered? It is a principle committing UU congregations to dismantle racism and other systems of oppressions.
The UUA Board and President are inviting every Unitarian Universalist congregation to be part of “The Promise and the Practice,” a Sunday to commit our full support for Black Lives of UU and to reimagine the future of our faith.
In the spring we responded to the call of UU leaders of color to learn about ways in which, against our best intentions, white supremacy is embedded in beloved structures. Now we answer their call to examine other ways we carry forward an inequitable system … read more.