Topic: Justice

Racism Re-Branded

The conversation about racism has shifted among UUs into a conversation about White Supremacy Culture. Why? What does it mean? And what’s new about this way of approaching racism?https://douglastaylor.org/2020/08/31/racism-re-branded/ https://zoom.us/j/97989696520?pwd=ZG9NclFYQm9VV0NTb2VhNVM0R00xQT09 Dial by your location        +1 929 205 6099 US (New York)Meeting ID: 979 8969 6520Passcode: 183183 UUCB Zoom Social Hour Each week in … Continue reading Racism Re-Branded

Racism Re-Branded

Sunday services at UUCB are virtual until further notice. Join the online meeting:  https://zoom.us/j/5749237292, Meeting ID: 574 923 7292Zoom Basics PDF The conversation about racism has shifted among UUs into a conversation about White Supremacy Culture. Why? What does it mean? And why has this become our religious movement’s biggest conversation?

Wake Up to the Revolution

https://douglastaylor.org/2020/01/22/wake-up-to-the-revolution/ Dr. King delivered the UUA General Assembly Ware Lecture in 1966. His title was “Don’t Sleep Through the Revolution.” There is much going on in our country today for which Dr. King’s advice remains cogent.

Meet Me at the Intersection of Joy and Justice

https://douglastaylor.org/2019/12/09/meet-me-at-the-corner-of-joy-and-justice/ Anger is a seed for many people to get involved in justice-making and activism. It makes a lot of sense and is a good use of a ‘negative’ emotion. Anger is not, however, a good sustaining center.