Many Unitarian Universalists have committed to the “decolonization” of their lives and faith; translating that to action in this moment means calling out and disrupting the ways colonialism has contributed to decades of violence, despair, and anguish in Palestine.
Jessa Rose brings years of administrative experience to her new role as BLUU's Administrative Coordinator. Jessany (Jessa) Rose joins Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU) as the Administrative Coordinator. She will focus on supporting BLUU’s database management, financial tracking, and …Continue Reading
As Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU) heads into fall, the team celebrates two amazing people who transitioned out of their roles with BLUU this summer. Dr. Takiyah Nur Amin transitioned off of BLUU’s Organizing Collective Board (OCB) August 1, …Continue Reading
Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU) joyously celebrates the historic election of Rev. Dr. Sofía Betancourt as the president of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). Rev. Dr. Betancourt is a leader who truly embodies her beliefs and values—through her commitment …Continue Reading
This summer, BLUU was awarded $833,000 by Minneapolis Homes, a program of the City of Minneapolis. This financing will partially support construction for a 3-unit house for the BLUU Housing Initiative.
AORTA recently conducted listening sessions with BLUU community members to get more feedback about what we're doing well, where we could improve, and how community members imagine the future of BLUU.