This Sunday, Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of Black Lives Matter, urged the congregation to vote in this election, because voting matters. Do your research on the candidates and issues she urged, not just at the top of the ticket, but also the many local candidates and … read more.
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Mark-Anthony Johnson spoke about the efforts to Reform L.A. Jails Initiative at a forum on Thursday, October 4th. Parents of Juan Carrerra, who passed away in jail one year ago, shared moving testimony of his death in an L.A. County jail as a result of … read more.
The 48th Congressional District Candidates Forum in Costa Mesa on September 19 was informative and the sanctuary of the church was full of people. Here is a video of for those who missed it.
Thank you to everyone involved in hosting and supporting … read more.
During the month of April, members and friends of UUCLB collected over three thousand dollars in response to a call from the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) to support an organizing collective called Black Lives Unitarian Universalist (BLUU).
Through a campaign called “Promise and Practice” the … read more.
Join us for this intensive one-day workshop entitled Race and Racism: From Awareness to Action. Space is limited, and it’s going fast! The facilitator is Celia Young, a UU and Tapestry congregation member.
This one-day intensive workshop aims to:
• Explore the subtler forms of … read more.
“Bill Clontz described in his November post, it’s the year-end holiday season when many of us examine our finances and charitable giving. This is a normal part of year-end financial and tax planning. But of course, this is anything but a normal year. We … read more.