The Change and Transition Process

We all experience continual change in our lives. Sometimes it happens quickly, in other cases it takes a long time to reveal itself. Recognizing that “change,” and the transitional process that occurs as a result, is a learning process. This workshop will teach you how to recognize change. You will

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Mrs. Beazley’s Hair: In Between Races, a Special Caste—Melungeons, Family Stories, Medical System Risks, and Other Not-Quite-White Conundrums

In southern and central Appalachia, there have existed scattered communities and clans of darker-skinned people generally known as Melungeons, whose origins have puzzled scholars for at least 160 years. Prior to the Civil War, they were usually considered free people of color and were subject to the Colored Laws in

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Food Sovereignty and Immigrant Rights – Rosalinda Guilllen

We welcome Rosalinda Guillen, Executive Director of Community to Community (C2C), as she speaks to us about her organization’s dedication to food sovereignty and immigrant rights. C2C and the Bellingham Unitarian Universalist Fellowship have sustained 14-year partnership based on action for farmworkers and immigrants. You will be inspired by this

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Vigil at the NW Immigrant Detention Center

Join the WSUU Social Justice Council as we stand vigil to support the detainees and their families at the Northwest Immigration Detention Center. You will not need to bring anything – just come, interact with visitors, and learn. We’ll be meeting up at the WSUU parking lot at 9 am

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More Than a Pronoun: An Exploration of Gender Expansive Identities – Shelby Greiner, Linda Anderson, Gracie Bucklew, Mateo Chavez, Soph Davenberry, and Neve Mazique-Bianco

Non-Binary. Genderfluid. Genderqueer. Pangender. Cisgender. Non-Gendered. Transgender. Other-Gendered. By now most of us have at least heard of one of these terms, but what exactly do they represent? Why do pronouns matter so much? How can we respond to Unitarian Universalism’s imperative prophetic theological call to craft a more gender-neutral

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