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“Justice Interconnected” –

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Justice Interconnected – the Rev. Dr. Mark Y. A. Davies, leading

Of his discourse, Mark writes:

Martin Luther King wisely noted that “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Social Justice concerns within our … read more.

Unitarian Universalists Express Article II

    • In a beautiful collection of voices, Unitarian Universalists share Article II as currently written in UUA Bylaws. Learn more about proposed changes to this shared understanding of UU identity and community.

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  • This Day in Unitarian Universalist History July 2This Day in Unitarian Universalist History July 2
    1855 – Theodore Chickering Williams was born in Brookline, Massachusetts. He served churches in Winchester, Massachusetts, and New York City. He founded Hackley School in Tarrytown, New York. He later became the headmaster of Roxbury Latin School, now in Boston. After his death, his widow founded Senexet House, a Unitarian retreat in Connecticut. Williams died on May 6, 1915.The post July 2 first appeared on Harvard Square Library.Read more at: www.HarvardSquareLibrary.org - the digital library of Unitarian Universalism. Read more »
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UUs closed out 2021 giving voice to UU values and joining the Poor People’s Campaign for a Moral March in Washington, D.C. Religious leaders including Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray joined people from across the United States to call on the Senate to take legislative action by year’s end. This video from UU World magazine shares highlights of the event.