Topic: Social Justice

A People So Bold?

Part of UUMAN’s mission is to “Strive for Justice.” What is the real history of Unitarian Universalism’s quest for justice in the world? Are there histories that make us uncomfortable? How can we learn from our mistakes?

Transparent Day Nov. 6 (First Sunday in November), Intersex Solidarity Day/Intersex Day of Remembrance Nov. 8

The 8th Principle of Unitarian Universalism

The UUA’s Principles and Purposes, detailed as part of Article II of the UUA Bylaws, were last updated in 1987. Although portions of Article II have been tweaked since that time, no thorough review has been done…until now. The inclusion of an 8th Principle is being discussed as part of the recommended changes.  How will we respond?

International Pronoun Day October 19 (Third Wednesday in October)

History In Our Own Backyard

Groveway Community Group is an organization in the heart of Roswell that has been here for over 80 years, serving unmet – but important – needs. Groveway Community is an historically Black community in Roswell that dates back to the 1800’s.

Gail Bohanan will talk about the history of the community, some from personal experience, and of the organization. This service provides a unique opportunity for us to learn our history from a different perspective.

TransParent Day

According to the Transgender Law Center, “First established in 2009, TransParent Day is celebrated every year on the first Sunday in November as a day to celebrate life and the love between transgender parents and their children and transgender children and their parents.” Let’s explore the significance of this day

Feel Like a Woman Yet?

Becoming a woman today is not defined solely by puberty, birthing, physical appearance, or a traditional gender role. Poetry and a personal story of growth highlight how life changes affect any female person, cisgender, or non-binary. Our focus today is to foster a culture of acceptance for all genders.

Earth Ministry Service

The Earth Ministry and UUMAN members share ideas to inspire local action that protects our planet, in joyful celebration of another Earth Day, April 22nd.

This is a Welcoming Day of Observance: Day of Silence

This month’s 50/50 Recipient is Kids to the Country:

Invisible Trans

The Transgender Day of Visibility is on March 31. Why is such a day necessary?

What does it mean to be visible? Invisible? What does “invisibility” say about us?