1820 - At General Assembly in Calgary, Canada, the Unitarian Universalist Association passed the Racial and Cultural Diversity in Unitarian Universalism Resolution, which affirmed the vision of a Unitarian Universalist faith that reflects the reality of the global village, rather than that of a narrower band of people and culture.
Reprinted with the permission of Skinner House Books. This Day in Unitarian Universalist History by Frank Schulman is available at (800) 215-9076 or www.uua.org/bookstore.
Harvard Square Library is excited to welcome Rev. Susan Ritchie to Harvard Square Library as our new Director, starting June 1, 2016. Rev. Ritchie serves as minister to the North Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Lewis Center, Ohio. She is a historian with a lifelong passion for presenting the riches of the liberal religious intellectual tradition as vibrantly and widely as possible. She appreciates very much Harvard Square Library’s stewardship of invaluable historical resources. “I’ve long used the HSL as resource myself. Herb Vetter’s original vision was so ahead of its time, and Director Emily Mace has expanded on the collection in extremely thoughtful ways—I have frequently benefited from her curation...more