March is Women’s History Month, a time to reflect on the incredible and often overlooked contributions women have made throughout history. Many UU women have not only shaped and led the UU faith, but they’ve also left an undeniable impact on history in general.
This project, A Beautiful Resistance, offers a snapshot of New England's contributions to Black history and Black futures. Keep the #BlackHistoryMonth celebration going by reading through these stories of change-makers and the people that inspired them.
Booker T. Washington was the founder of the Tuskegee Institute (now Tuskegee University). There are many notable alumni from Tuskegee University, one of which is Lionel Richie! #Blackhistorymonth2022
Unitarian Universalism has a long legacy of advocating for safe, legal abortion care. On this #RoeAnniversary we recommit to solidarity across issues and identities to secure reproductive justice for all.
Common efforts—by governments, UN bodies, producers and consumers, scientists and entrepreneurs, the free media, and engaged citizens—can greatly contribute to making 2022 a healthy and happy year.
Nick Saban co-signed a letter encouraging Sen. Joe Manchin to pass the Freedom to Vote Act.
The letter says "democracy is best when voting is open to everyone on a level playing field." https://cw.ua.edu/91266/sports/nick-saban-and-others-co-sign-letter-to-manchin-urging-the-passing-of-freedom-to-vote-act/
The Alabama Interfaith Refugee Partnership is welcoming over 50 Afghan families to the area and need some logistical and material support. #Fridaythoughts
Please support these families by purchasing much needed materials through Amazon Smile (https://smile.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/S7670GRRLAQN...).