Topic: Anti-Racism

Thoughts from a Native Elder

Linda (Zhaawanong NimKii Kwew, Southern Thunder Woman) holds many titles from Sister to Organizer to Activist. She is a mother of 23 children of an Anishinabe extended family, grandmother of 60, and great-grandmother of 27. Linda is a Co-founder of the Michigan Coalition Against Racism … read more.

White Fragility

When we talk about governance, what we are really talking about is power.  People who are accustomed to having power, who are used to having their ways of doing and being always front and center, will naturally resist relinquishing power to others. What does this … read more.

Adaptive Ministry

When one strand of the web is broken, the entire web is prone to collapse. When we in UU spaces speak of our 7th principle, belief in the interdependent web of all existence, we are not merely speaking in metaphors. Our existences are intricately woven … read more.

Now is the Time

In 1997, before the kids in our youth group were even born, the UU General Assembly voted to commit to intentionally becoming an anti-racist, anti-oppression, multicultural institution. For a while after this vote, there was some good progress, but then we got distracted and progress … read more.

An Ultramarathon of Racial Justice

In October 2020, Chris Crowell co-founded the Running Industry Diversity Coalition (RIDC) to address systemic racism in the running industry and found himself entering an Ultramarathon of Racial Justice as RIDC began centering diversity, equity, and inclusion in the industry and dismantling systemic racism in … read more.

Journey Towards Knowledge

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As our church year comes to an end we take time to celebrate our young people and the gifts they bring to our community.  We will … read more.