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Working for justice and striving for equality and diversity are at the center of the lives of many individual Unitarian Universalists. As we seek to live lives that are justice-filled and that affirm the inherent worth and dignity of each person, we can gain strength from one another.
In these stories about congregational life, we share what other congregations have done to bring about justice or deepen learning on multicultural, multiracial communities. Also see stories of congregations working for economic and racial justice.
The Road to Reconciliation: All Souls Church Unitarian, Washington, DC
March 1, 2011
Opening the Doors to Diversity: First Parish Cambridge, MA
January 6, 2011
Multicultural Ministry: UU Church of Annapolis, MD
September 28, 2010
Sample Reports: Congregational ARAOMC Activities
October 16, 2009
Uniting Faith, Growth, Diversity, and Justice: Davies Memorial UU Church, Clinton, MD
February 14, 2007
For more information contact multicultural @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Tuesday, July 26, 2011.
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