As Unitarian Universalists we affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person. At UUI, we believe Black Lives Matter and we are answering the call to work for racial justice.
Racial Justice Group
Our Racial Justice Group meets the third Sunday of each month in the Cottage Library at noon. For more information contact Worship Leader, Jamie Hinson-Rieger, at email@example.com.
UUI partners with IndyCAN (Indianapolis Congregation Action Network) for various racial justice projects and initiatives. In 2016 IndyCAN will be working to bring mass transit to Indianapolis and reduce incarceration. "Jobs not Jails" is IndyCAN's vision for the future of Indianapolis. Watch the church bulletin, eblasts, and Facebook page for upcoming IndyCAN events. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to become a part of our IndyCAN team.
Follow Black Lives of UU on Facebook
For up to date information on racial justice initiatives going on within Unitarian Universalism and for a wealth of educational materials, be sure to follow the Black Lives of UU page on Facebook.
You may have noticed UUI's Black Lives Matter banner on our fence facing 43rd Street and our Black Lives Matter yard signs are no longer there.
We didn't take them down, someone else did.
When the banner went missing we replaced it with temporary signs as we work to replace the original banner and signs. They have also gone missing.
This is something that is happening, banners being removed or vandalized, at Unitarian Universalist Churches all across the U.S.
Stay tuned for our new banner!