Over the past several weeks, I have been listening to and reading the many #MeToo stories unfolding in the news, in social media, in private conversations and in public ones. The conversations have been happening nationally, but also within Unitarian Universalism. I have been witnessing privately the anger, the pain, and the truth-telling, and through it have been reminded of my own “me too” stories.
In light of the tragedies in recent weeks, UUA President the Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray offers words of gratitude and solidarity.
News of UUs in affected areas (including the Caribbean, Puerto Rico) and updates on the funds established to support their recovery.
The UUA has established a fund to assist congregations and their communities in recovering from Hurricane Irma.
The Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, President of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), and Thomas Andrews, President and CEO of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC), issued the following statement in response to the Trump administration’s announcement to end the DACA program:
The UUA and UUSC have formed a joint recovery and relief fund for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
UUA President the Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray issued the following statement in response to Donald Trump’s directive banning transgender people from entering the military:
UUA President Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray reflects on showing up for love and justice in Charlottesville, VA.