Unitarian Universalist Association - News Service

Updates from the Unitarian Universalist Association
  1. Black Panther: World of Wakanda by Afua Richardson

    When I first heard that Black Panther creators decided to cut a scene that would have resulted in black queer representation in the film, I didn’t think much of it. I convinced myself that the voices of the “representation pragmatists” were right.

    Continue reading In Wakanda and Beyond, Black Queerness Should Matter.

  2. Celebrating UU Women in History

    March is Women’s History Month, a time to reflect on the incredible and often overlooked contributions women have made throughout history. Many Unitarian, Universalist, and Unitarian Universalist (UU) women have not only shaped and led the UU faith, but they’ve also left an undeniable impact on history in general. Here are ten of the countless influential women who changed the world for the better. Don’t see your favorite UU woman in history? Join the conversation by adding her name to the comments.

    Continue reading For Women's History Month, learn about the many Unitarian Universalist women who have left an undeniable impact on history..

  3. people sitting in a row talking and listening

    This year's annual meeting of Unitarian Universalists will be held in Kansas City, MO from June 20-24. Come connect with us.

    Continue reading Register Now for General Assembly 2018.

  4. UUA General Assembly June 20-24, 2018

    General Assembly (GA) is the annual meeting of our Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). Attendees worship, witness, learn, connect, and make policy for the Association through democratic process. Anyone may attend; congregations must certify annually to send voting delegates.

    Continue reading Register now for General Assembly 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri..

  5. Historical images of black UUs, organized left to right

    In February, Americans say the names and retell the stories of African Americans whose achievements and contributions helped to shape us as a nation. When we investigate unfamiliar corners of our shared past, we learn more about who we are today.

    Continue reading Black History of Unitarian Universalism: When we investigate unfamiliar corners of our shared past, we learn more about who we are today..

  6. People stand holding a Love Resists banner

    At its one-year anniversary, Love Resists asks, "How you have resisted hate this past year?" Share on social media using #LoveResists.

    Continue reading A Year of Resistance.