Letter From Selma

In its July 17 edition, the Boston Globe Magazine delves into the 1965 murder of James Reeb, a white Unitarian Universalist minister from Boston, which helped usher in the Voting Rights Act but left lasting scars on the city of Selma, AL. When the FBI… Read More

Letter From Selma

In its July 17 edition, the Boston Globe Magazine delves into the 1965 murder of James Reeb, a white Unitarian Universalist minister from Boston, which helped usher in the Voting Rights Act but left lasting scars on the city of Selma, AL. When the FBI… Read More

Letter From Selma

In its July 17 edition, the Boston Globe Magazine delves into the 1965 murder of James Reeb, a white Unitarian Universalist minister from Boston, which helped usher in the Voting Rights Act but left lasting scars on the city of Selma, AL. When the FBI… Read More

Love Marches in Georgia Against Anti-Immigrant Legislation

On July 1, Georgia’s new state immigration law went into effect, following a federal court judge’s decision to enjoin a couple of the provisions, but allowing for most of them, similar to the law passed in Arizona last year. In response, Unitarian Universalists took part in a protest march and rally beginning at the state capitol on Saturday, July 2. Many wore yellow Standing on the Side of Love t-shirts, and the crowd was estimated at 10,000 to 15,000 people. Read More