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October 27, 2016 $5.3 Million for Black Lives of UU Approved   UU World reports that the UUA Board of Trustees approved $5.3 million to expand the role and visibility of black Unitarian Universalists within the faith. READ MORE 0
October 27, 2016 Defying the Nazis and Beyond: Follow Up on The Sharps’ War On September 20, 2016, millions of Americans tuned in to watch Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War on PBS. The film by Ken Burns and Artemis Joukowsky tells the courageous story of two Unitarians who helped hundreds escape from Nazi-occupied 0
October 26, 2016 Why Become a Green Sanctuary? Fourth U Sustainability Committee Fourth Universalist’s Sustainability Committee is working towards Fourth U becoming a Green Sanctuary.  What does being a ‘Green Sanctuary’ mean and why is it important?  To become involved with Fourth U’s Sustainability Committee please contact office@4thu.org everyone is welcome to 0
September 25, 2016 #ReviveLoveTour We are in a time where we need social justice organizing, and organizers need spiritual and political fortification to continue their work. Thousands of activists and organizers have been in high action mode for the last several years, and this 0
September 25, 2016 Fortification With a Side of Love Podcast: Fortification With a Side of Love UUA’s Standing on the Side of Love team launched a podcast series called Fortification, which highlights and focuses on the spiritual lives of organizers and activists. Check it Out 0
September 9, 2016 Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War – Film Screening Thursday September 15, 2016 This new film, co-directed by Ken Burns and Artemis Joukowsky III, tells the story of UUSC co-founders Waitstill and Martha Sharp and the two years they spent on life-threatening missions in Europe, saving hundreds of refugees 0
August 25, 2016 Fourth U’s new Teacher of Religious Education! Camellia Jahanshahi Acting Teacher of Religious Education Email: re@4thu.org Camellia Jahanshahi was born and raised UU. Growing up, she moved all around the world with her family, opening her up to the lifestyles of others and making her sensitive to cross-cultural perspectives. An active 0
August 17, 2016 Engaging with youth about antiracism Engaging with youth about antiracism ‘Young people are really hungry for opportunities to talk about these issues.’ NICOLE SWEENEY ETTER | 8/8/2016 | SUMMER 2016 A Black Lives Matter banner hangs across the stained glass windows of the old stone 0
August 7, 2016 Songs when you need them. Ysaye Barnwell and the music of community, resistance, and power. ‘Don’t sing it in your finest classical voice,” Ysaye Barnwell gently cautioned. The former bass singer with the a cappella group Sweet Honey in the Rock was teaching a chant from central Africa’s Ituri Rainforest to a mostly white group 0
August 7, 2016 Don’t Give In To The Politics of Hate After a violent and painful week for our nation that included the killings of Alton Sterling in Louisiana and Philando Castile in Minnesota by police and the murder of five police officers in Dallas during a peaceful protest, many people 0