The Content of the UUA’s “Beloved Conversations” Program

This is from a post in one of the UU Facebook Groups. It’s something readers here are going to want to see. It’s rather disturbing.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iXZd8jywuRGdCD_Vtacpxu7DHtNR6IBhY-RRy99_9NU/edit?fbclid=IwAR142FXFGgW81YX4mUVR4tARUp0xGmcv83L9E2E0x4nyD0ReKPcjhaPYpjU

 

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Former UU
Former UU
9 months ago

Could you please share the source of this post? Is it how many of us see a turn to alt left authoritarianism or is the the foundational principles of those seeking to make UU an uncomfortable place white progressives who are not members of a preferred marginalized group.

Steve Camron
Steve Camron
8 months ago

It’s become a “Bizarro” world, or one where UUA’s leaders express self-hate
and has devolved into institutional self-destruction. I get that institutional racism requires moving away from whites-only-centricity… and yet dehumanizing white progressives should not become what UU is known for!

Millie Phillips
Millie Phillips
8 months ago
Reply to  Steve Camron

Agreed.

Jon Cleland
Jon Cleland
8 months ago

It blocks me saying that I don’t have access. Maybe it would be helpful to cut and paste the text instead of just the link?

A concerned minister
A concerned minister
8 months ago

Viewpoints aside, If the leadership of any organization has such contempt for its members, the organization itself is in deep trouble. BTW, in response to a few other comments, I don’t see this type of stuff as left-wing at all, but rather a wing of political liberalism (largely based in academia) attacking a different, more traditional wing of liberalism. I oppose this precisely because I do consider myself a leftist. “Left” to me means socialists, radical union activists, and others who organize with a grounding in class analysis, including people of all races who want to see systemic change around… Read more »

Barbara Warren
Barbara Warren
5 months ago

“…largely based in academia,” and therefore a bastion of privilege.
 

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