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UUA Interim Co-Presidents, the Revs. Sofia Betancourt and William Sinkford and Dr. Leon Spencer, offer updates on their work and comment on recent Board of Trustees decisions to financially support Unitarian Universalists of color at General Assembly and the ongoing work of Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism.
Since January, nearly 15,000 Unitarian Universalists have signed the Declaration of Conscience.
My Unitarian Universalist values and connections called me to climate justice activism—and to stay in the South as I work.
Chaplains help patients translate their own experience into personal story.
‘Sometimes it takes a shock to a system to get it unstuck,’ says UUA Interim Co-President William G. Sinkford.
Unitarian Universalists are known for showing up--and wearing distinctive yellow Standing on the Side of Love (SSL) shirts when they do. Get your own SSL shirts, signs, stoles, and more at inSpirit UU Book and Gift Shop.
The new administration poses grave challenges, but don’t give up the fight just yet.
Rev. Daniel Gregoire reflects on the enormity -- and the mystery -- of the actions and decisions that carry us across thresholds. He reminds us that we can "reach out and reach in for strength, compassion, and wisdom as we navigate the uncertain roads ahead."
On Monday, April 10, 2017, the UUA Board of Trustees voted unanimously to appoint the Rev. Dr. Sofia Betancourt, the Rev. William G. Sinkford, and Dr. Leon Spencer to serve as interim co-presidents of the Association until June 24, 2017 when a new president will be elected at the Association's annual General Assembly. Read the full story in UU World.
Board of Trustees appoints the Rev. Sofía Betancourt, the Rev. William G. Sinkford, and Leon Spencer to lead Association after President Peter Morales’s resignation.
I truly do not care if a god ever hears me when I pray, but praying together with others is among the most transformative work that I do.
Approves racism audit of UUA, will meet again April 10, when it may name interim president.
After President Peter Morales resigned, the Rev. Harlan Limpert, chief operating officer, and the Rev. Scott Tayler, head of Congregational Life, are leaving, too.
UUA President Peter Morales explains why he resigned amid accusations of white supremacy in hiring practices.
For Unitarian Universalists, being open-minded must not mean being empty-headed.
Valuing being kind and prophetic over ‘being nice’ would help Unitarian Universalists speak more powerfully to the present times.
The Rev. Peter Morales announced his resignation from the presidency of the Unitarian Universalist Association effective Saturday, April 1, 2017. The UUA Board of Trustees is authorized to appoint an acting president, who would serve until the presidential election in June.
The Rev. Peter Morales steps down three months before end of term amid charges that a senior hire reflects white supremacy and failures to promote staff diversity.
240 Unitarian Universalists lobby legislators on reproductive justice, immigrant and refugee justice, and economic justice issues.
Latest senior hire, of a white man, highlights staff leadership that remains mostly white.