Meditation is not evasion, it is a serene encounter with reality.
– Thich Nhat Hanh
Is whiteness real? If race is only a construct, as so many of us believe, how was whiteness constructed and why should it matter to us?
There is scholarship of the Hebrew Bible that suggests that the ancient God of Israel transgressed all gender boundaries. How might this understanding liberate us today?
The COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed our lives in many ways. In this service we will strengthen our hopes for the future by understanding better what we are going through now.
The injustices and crises of the past year have underscored the importance of our shared goal: a world free from oppression, where all can realize their full human rights. They also have emphasized just how big a task that is.
To meet the enormous challenges of today and build a more just future, we need big ideas and bold change. We must fundamentally transform the way things are, so that we do not perpetuate systemic inequities and repeat the harms of the past.
The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee believes that the transformational solutions we need come from communities most directly impacted by injustice. Join us for this year's Guest at Your Table program to learn what UUSC partners are doing to address immediate injustices, as well as what they envision for the future. At this extraordinary juncture in history, we think their stories will offer inspiration and guidance on the path toward justice.