As we witnessed the birth of the Black Lives Matter movement, First Unitarian Society of Denver felt called to take action. In 2015, we began by placing a Black Lives Matter banner on the side of our building and then undertaking racial justice action as a congregational project. Since that time -- through consciousness-raising, education, advocacy, and community activism – we have sought to act upon First Unitarian Society of Denver’s covenant to address white supremacy culture.
The Racial Justice Project strives to help our congregants educate themselves about current issues of race, racism, white privilege and racial justice and to share with them opportunities to become activists around these issues. We also endeavor to engage our neighboring communities in racial justice work. If you are interested in getting in on the ground floor of this effort, please contact us.
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