Justice for All
Marching with UUA President Rev. Susan Frederick Gray in DC
Meadville/Lombard's Beloved Conversations with my staff
It takes time and a deep commitment to eradicating white supremacy. Many small acts on a long journey of justice for all.
Ending gun violence rally in Alexandria.
Gay Pride Parade in DC
Rally and lobby day in Richmond for reducing gun violence.
Partner church and school in Khasi Hills, India
Partner church and village in Transylvania.
Rally for Poor People's Campaign in DC
Same sex weddings allowed in Virginia!!
Earth Day rally in DC
It’s time for white people to listen, for risk taking, for conducting power analysis and for opening our eyes and recognizing the limitations in our lives.
We have to ask: How do our policies
and agreements reinforce power imbalance and in so doing, further maintain white supremacy culture in an interpersonal and systemic fashion? How do we create covenants when we don’t have trust or relationships with each other?
I am honored to represent our faith and my church, thus living our values in all the places where the seeds of love need planting and transformation needs to happen.
What would it be like for people of color and Indigenous UUs to truly know their faith is doing everything to bring their lives into fullness, free of racist oppression, free to be their full self within our congregations and within the UUA?