Over the past several years, our nation and our denomination have been caught up in the Movement for Black Lives. For two years in a row, our Unitarian Universalist General Assembly has passed resolutions supporting this work of liberation, encouraging our congregations to engage in dismantling racism and white supremacy. This Sunday, we unveil two new Black Lives Matter banners at UUCE — one by the road, and one in the sanctuary. How does this tie into our UU history? What further actions might we take as individuals? As a congregation? Join the conversation today.
Andrew Harmon, worship associate