Transitional Justice

… Here and Abroad: What can an uncertain past tell us about a precarious future? Patrick will talk about his experience doing human rights work in Asia and the importance of dialogue about past abuses for building a more just future. Recent events in the U.S. have prompted Patrick to think more about how this perspective also applies … Continued

After Charlottesville

A consideration of the persistence of America’s ‘original sin,’ in a tumultuous age, and what people of good will must do. Sheila is Professor of Law and Public Policy at IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs, author, and former Executive Director of the Indiana Civil Liberties Union (affiliate of the ACLU) from 1992-1998. Music … Continued

New Day Dawning, New Faith Rising

Change goes on continually; this isn’t new. Many of our congregations are in transition, and even the UUA. Our own lives, too, are marked by constant change. In the face of all this, we may be tempted to find a “rock of ages” to cling to. “Change cannot be trusted” seems to be behind some … Continued