Council for Faith in Action

What does it mean to be an ally in our fight against racial injustices?

by Nathalie Edmond Racial Justice Initiative Co-leader and member of the Council for Faith in Action I sense that 2016 was an awakening for many people in terms of how much work still needs to be done regarding racial justice. In 2016 the Racial Justice Project at UUCWC transitioned to the Racial Justice Initiative acknowledging … Continued

UUCWC’s Racial Justice Initiative Update

So, what is current status of UUCWC’s Racial Justice Initiative? The election of Donald Trump opens a far wider conversation than when the Council for Faith Action initiated the information sessions and discussions about Black Lives Matter and racial justice early this fall. America’s deep history of racism and anti-Semitism, along with the more recent … Continued

Understanding Black Lives Matter – The New Civil Rights Movement: Info Sessions and Listening Circles

Understanding Black Lives Matter – The New Civil Rights Movement The Council for Faith in Action is sponsoring informational opportunities for congregants to learn about the Black Lives Matter movement and the Unitarian Universalist Association’s support of this movement for racial justice. These opportunities will be focused on the movement and racial justice as a … Continued

UUCWC’s Racial Justice Initiative Continues in 2016-2017

As we start the new church year, we will be continuing our Racial Justice Initiative, which was well received in 2015-16. As before, there will be book suggestions and discussions, a few movie nights, and social action opportunities, as well as the Beloved Conversations Adult Religious Education offering which was developed by a UU minister. … Continued