Thrive leadership schools are annual gatherings for UU youth and young adults of color to deepen our faith, lift our spirits, and build critical skills for leadership in the face of our uncertain, broken and beautiful world.
Virtual community gatherings for UUs of color are convened by Jessica York and welcome people of all ages and the Church of the Larger Fellowship periodically offers online covenant groups for UUs of color.
Stay in touch with Rev. Elizabeth Nguyen, Leadership Development Associate for Youth and Young Adults of Color, hear from UU youth and young adults of color, and stay informed about new opportunities through our blog Blue Boat.
Webinar on Ministering to Youth and Young of Color: Faith Formation and Spiritual Development.
Webinar on Naming Race as part of faith formation.
Webinar on Inclusive Youth Ministry in a Diverse World
Check out the funding opportunities available to support UU youth and young adults of color!
Diverse Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries (DRUUMM) is the Unitarian Universalist, anti-racist, anti-oppressive, multicultural organization of people of color. Become a member and like DRUUMM on Facebook to stay in touch.
LREDA D iversity and Inclusion Team challenges the members of the Liberal Religious Educators Association (LREDA) to act as transformative leaders in growing inclusive congregations that model accountability, integrity and hope in the spirit of radical hospitality.
The Committee for Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression (CARM) of the UU Ministers Association (UUMA) works to strengthen the ministry of the UUMA by assisting the UUMA in becoming and remaining an anti-racist, anti-oppressive, and multicultural organization with particular attention to racial, cultural, ethnic, and economic oppressions.