The Racial Justice Collaborative meets monthly in sacred space to share our stories and our experiences around the polarizing issues that encompass the social construct known as Race. We focus on our Inner Racial Justice work; what’s going on within me, or in my world, that has a Racial Justice component? Secondly, we also commit ourselves to showing up for Racial Justice in our congregation and in our community. Any relevant issue is always open for discussion and anyone may volunteer to facilitate a meeting. In fact, we welcome and request such activity. This is why we call it a collaborative.

What is true is that for Unitarian Universalism to move into a vibrant future, we will need to mine our past for stories of resistance to oppression, stories of openness to new ways of being religious, stories of transformation that have built new understandings into our narrative of who we are.” — Rev. William G. Sinkford

For more information Contact:

Sandy Weir
Beverly Hart