Prophetic Voices from the Frontlines and Beyond
Notes to a White Religious Leader
In a majority white denomination preparing to give a #BlackLivesMatter sermon
by Chris Crass, 7/3/2015
A Theology of Liberation to Inspire White Anti-racist Organizing
An interview with The Rev. Ashley Horan
by Chris Crass, 5/28/2015
Nights Can Be Tough
I can’t fully express how scary it is when a man with a gun tells you ‘you’re fighting and trying to walk away from me’ as you stand still, attempting to comply.
by Kenny Wiley, 5/18/2015
We Are All Bound Up Together
Frances E. W. Harper (1825–1911) challenged us to practice a religion of justice.
by Kenny Wiley, 5/14/2015
A New Ethos
How the Unitarian Universalist Association is promoting Beloved Community today.
by Taquiena Boston, 5/11/2015
In Baltimore, My Liberation is Bound up with Yours
The minister of First Unitarian Church in Baltimore reflects on #BaltimoreUprising.
by The Rev. David Carl Olson, 4/30/2015
UUA Statement: Events in Baltimore
We want change—not tomorrow, not next month, not next year. Now.
by The Rev. Peter Morales, 4/29/2105
Statement from UU Religious Professionals of Color RE: Baltimore
From individual UU religious professionals of color, 4/29/2015
A Unitarian Universalist Black Lives Matter Theology
To fight for black lives now is to participate in radical hope. It is to battle for salvation on this Earth. It is to fight for life, for love, for justice. It is to demand more out of the first principle. It is to demand a more perfect faith.
by Kenny Wiley, 3/26/2015
“Know it. See it. And Love it.” Reflections after the Grand Jury Reveal
Love is what keeps us here 109 days later. “Love sometimes sits with rage. And anger. And pain. And grief. But it is love.” @deray
by The Rev. Krista Taves, 11/25/2014
Reflections on Ferguson MO, Two Weeks In
There isn’t only one story here, anywhere, not among the law enforcement, not from the Ferguson community, not from Black Americans, not from other people of color, not from white people, not from our politicians, not from the media, and not in this church. There are many many stories, and we need them all.
by The Rev. Krista Taves, 8/27/2014
The Longest March
A witness to Selma’s tragedies revisits the path of tears and learns to dry his own.
by Clark Olsen, 5/1/2001