Living Our 8th Principle; Anti-Racism Work as Spiritual Practice

Our 8th Principle calls Unitarian Universalists “to individual and communal action that accountably dismantles racism and systemic barriers to full inclusion in ourselves and our institutions.”

But … how do we do that? How can congregations put the 8th principle into practice to reconcile with internal racism, take action in our communities, and stand in solidarity with others?

Donovan Hayden will address the challenges of doing anti-racist work and provide insight on how Unitarians can live the 8th principle. Hayden is a Black activist and artist. He is an organizer for the political non-profit Progress Toronto. Donovan has had the opportunity to engage with Unitarians and anti-racism work in both Canada and the U.S. He blends activism and art for the goal of liberation and the dismantling of White supremacy.

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