The resources below are intended to paint a broad picture of Unitarian Universalism - an ongoing faith-full religious experiment to build Beloved, Covenantal Community. A process that requires constantly transcending ourselves as individuals, as a faith community, and as a global community. While meeting people exactly where they are along the way.
An important element of the Unitarian Universalist story is our anti-racist and anti-oppression work. Efforts the UU Association of Congregations acknowledges must be done internally and externally to repair harm we've caused and prevent further harm. In an effort to practice anti-oppression myself, some of the resources below seek to upend white, heterosexual, cis-male hegemonic narratives while amplifying the voices of those who experience the most intersectional oppression.
It is an act of radical love to practice anti-racism and anti-oppression.