How our UU Faith calls on us to be Anti-Racist

Kendra Staley and the Orenco Ramblers

There are elements of racism, bigotry and hate in our culture.  As Unitarian Universalists, we want to stand up to racism, bigotry, and hatred, but how do we do so?  For this service we will explore a personal perspective on what it means to be “Anti-Racist” and what our 6th Principle (a goal of world community with peace, liberty and justice for all) calls on us to do.  How can we educate ourselves and what can we do personally to embody “Anti-Racism” and to work actively in our community?