Events and Webinars
Open Webinar: Being a Social Class Ally for Social Justice, September 25th, 1:00 p.m. ET
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This dynamic 90-minute virtual workshop will bring together UUs from across the United States and Canada to explore how class and classism, intersecting with race and racism, shape our lives from childhood to our participation in congregational life to our work for a more inclusive and equitable world. Through interactive one-to-one, small group and whole group discussions and activities you will leave with a new vision for allyship, one grounded in our UU Principles. Read more.
Thanks to everyone who joined us at our LIVE webinar, Facing Down Classism to Liberate Our Faith Community on Thursday, June 24th. Would you like a copy of our slides and handouts? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UU Class Conversations educates Unitarian Universalists about class awareness and inclusion, empowering our religious movement to dismantle classism within our congregations and communities.
As Unitarian Universalists, we aspire to live out our seven Principles in the world, in our religious communities and in our hearts. UU Class Conversations believes that each of our Principles calls us to engage in this work around class. In particular, we believe that becoming a class-aware and class-inclusive religious community is deeply spiritual work.
We believe that diversity makes us stronger – connecting us to the world.
Call for Submissions:
Meditations on Class
UU Class Conversations is calling for submissions for a new anthology of original material that focuses on class, classism, social class inclusion and the dismantling of classism.
All submissions considered from the simplest to the most complex. Submissions for all ages also sought including those for our youngest so they have readings, chalice lightings and rituals to use in their time together. Our work is ongoing, and we continue to accept submissions. Read more.
Send us your original meditations, chalice lightings, rituals or readings for Meditations on Class!
Submit your writing, your song or your poem to: http://www.tinyurl.com/meditationsonclass
We look forward to including your offerings in our next anthology!