The UUA Bookstore Celebrates Black History Month
Black History Month offers Unitarian Universalists an opportunity to examine the influential roles that African Americans have had in shaping our faith movement. Through the month of February, get 20% off titles with an African American focus by using the code "BH14" at checkout. Some notable selections are below.
This book explores the recent history of the UUA's journey toward becoming an anti-racist, anti-oppressive, multicultural movement, from 1992 through 2006.
Using interviews and written records, the authors bring to life the voices and stories addressing issues of race and ethnicity in our congregations and our Association. Purchase today.
A free discussion guide (PDF) is available for this book.
On one hand, Darkening the Doorways can be seen as a tale of squandered opportunities and good intentions turned into tragedy more often than triumph. On the other hand, it is a tale of idealism, courage, intrepid allies, dogged determination, and steadfast loyalty.
The life stories of the African Americans you will discover in these pages are remarkable. Purchase today.
Several free supplemental resources are available for this book.
This important book, in its third edition, tells the stories of two pioneering black ministers.
It includes accounts of some of our present-day racially diverse Unitarian Universalist congregations and offers biographical notes on past and present black Unitarian, Universalist, and UU ministers.Purchase today.
A free preface is available for this book.