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Why Pronouns Need to Be Part of UUCC Culture
Our Xenophobic Past
Despite our welcoming statue in New York Harbor, the United States has a sad history of xenophobia.
Singing for our Lives
Building the Beautiful City
The Birds and the Beasts
UUCC President’s Column
It Has Happened Here
New Faces, New Spaces
Lately, one of the hymns we sing in Unitarian Universalist services has been going through my head: “We are a Gentle, Angry People.” (Editor’s note — Here’s a YouTube video of the hymn being sung by its composer, Holly Near, at the 2004 March for Women’s Lives) The lyric from which the title is drawn reminds us to always confront…
Vegan Carrot Cupcakes “with Benefits”
Liz Bobo and a Life of Social Justice Work
In a Washington Post op-ed piece, journalist Linda Hirshman suggests that “To Resist a Trump Presidency, ask: ‘What Would the Abolitionists Do?’” Let’s examine a little piece of Unitarian history that helps us answer that question.