Our Human Rights Task Force is a group of volunteers who want to make a difference in this world, acting to affirm our 7 principles in our community. For more information, please contact Becky Laster at blaster102@verizon.net. During this time of protest over police brutality and racial injustice, First Unitarian is offering resources to help you find ways to advocate for change.

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 to handle this situation again, ......

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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 best-selling book “White Fragility: Why ......

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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 of resources and ideas for ......

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