“The Times They Are A-Changin”

Last Sunday’s message from Rev. Dr. Michelle Walsh challenged us to implement a vision of change for the long haul. How do we do this? Dr. Walsh offered ways to start: Read message to white UUs from Susan Frederick-Gray in UU World https://www.uuworld.org/articles/president-special-message-policing Read or watch video of Commission on...

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UU the Vote – Postcard Campaign

We live in a scary time on many levels and the attack on our democracy is so critical that we MUST act. The 2020 election is momentous! UUDAN is working with all 5 Delaware congregations to UU the Vote. We are beginning a postcard campaign with Reclaim Our Vote (ROV)...

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UU the Vote

Congratulations! During the last week of June, UUs phone banked 114,000 calls to educate voters of color in Texas about opportunities for early and absentee voting in their upcoming primary. The upcoming election will set our nation’s course for the 21st century. We can engage virtually from the safety of...

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From Marching to Action! UU the Vote

Our UU Values are on the line in 2020. Many of us are feeling a sense of urgency in the current moment. UU the Vote has partnered with Reclaim Our Vote (ROV) and is recruiting 800 UUs to make 100,000 calls to voters of color in Texas before the primary...

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Book Discussion: “White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism”

Join the new “White Fragility” book discussion led by Rev. Pamela Wat and Linda Sanders – Part of the racial justice work of white allies is to explore one’s own thoughts regarding race. First Unitarian Church is offering the opportunity to participate in a 7-session discussion series on Robin DiAngelo’s...

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June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month!

Since our local Pride Parade in Dover was cancelled, how about instead, we learn how to promote LGBTQ+ justice in our communities and increase our awareness of an identity/orientation outside of our own? Visit the UUA bookstore online here to see their collection of LGBTQ+ resources.

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Racial Justice Wilmington Protest

This photo of Rev. Pam, David Harrell, Elise, and Will is from the onsite protest in Wilmington on June 5 where speakers articulated the need for legislative reform, police reform, a strong voter turnout, a strong participation in the census, and the pressing need for all of us to recognize...

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Black Lives Matter Banner Re-Installed!

We are pleased to report that our Black Lives Matter banner has been re-installed on Route 202. Please drive by and bless the banner and our property! Some of you may recall that we had some vandalism, emails, and phone calls about our sign the last time. We are ready...

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Racial Justice Advocacy

There are many ways to advocate for change. We offer different ideas to engage in advocacy for racial justice during this difficult time. There is something for everyone – ideas for action, materials for reading and learning, and local and national partners to support. Click here to download a list...

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Racial Justice Advocacy

Our city is hurting due to recent national events. We want to support our neighbors and our partners in the struggle for justice, but it is an especially difficult time to gather due to the risks of being together in large crowds. We are offering many different kinds of ideas...

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UUDAN 2020: What Must We Do Now? Perspectives for a Time of Crisis Monday, May 18, 7:00 p.m.

Perspectives for a Time of Crisis Monday, May 18, 7:00 p.m. Rev. Kathleen McTigue, UUSC’s Director of Activism & Justice Education Paul Baumbach, State Representative Dist. 23 & UUFN Member Susan Goekler, Social & Environmental Justice Co-Chair UUSD Register here to RSVP and receive a Zoom link UUDAN is sponsored...

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