We are called to action.

There are many ways that we are each called to action on racial justice. As Unitarian Universalists, we are supported in this call through Amen to Uprising: A Commitment and Call to Action. “BECAUSE Unitarian Universalist congregations covenant to affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every person and promote justice, equity and compassion in human relations, we proclaim loudly, Black Lives Matter!”



This is a newly forming group. Our time together each month will create ample opportunities to learn, to succeed, to fail, to repair and to reflect in our journey. We’ll stay curious about how we might co-create healthy practices of action and reflection to ground us in this spiritual work.



We are compiling a list of racial justice campaigns and projects that are already happening here in Central Vermont. Please click over there to see what you can do– the Central Vermont ANTI-RACISM Action List. And if you have an action or connection to share, please forward it and we will add it to our list.

Come to a Racial Justice Group Meeting! You are welcome:)

We will meet each third Thursday from 6:30pm-7:45pm. The upcoming months schedule is as follows:

  • Nov. 19th – Meeting CANCELLED. Instead we’ll be viewing the film “Dawnland” together and offering a group reflection zoom space on Sunday, November 22nd. See details below.
  • Dec. 17th
  • Jan. 21st

If you have questions bout the Racial Justice Group, please contact Meredith Warner.


Watch the Film: Dawnland

Join a screening of the director’s cut, with live Q&A following, of the film “Dawnland.” November 19th from 7:30pm-9:45pm EASTERN. To register for the live screening, click here.  You can also watch the film at PBS, on your own time schedule, by clicking here.


Reflect on Dawnland Together

On Sunday, November 22nd at 11:30am, Meredith and Liza will open a shared ZOOM space to reflect on the film. Please contact Meredith Warner if you would like to join our shared time together.


Other UCM & denominational opportunities to reconsider our Thanksgiving: