Welcome to the circle of liberal religious people working to advance justice for women and girls and promote their spiritual growth.
UUWF at the Women’s Convention
On January 21, 2017, millions of people across the United States marched in what was considered by The Independent as the largest day of protest in United States history, part of what would eventually become a worldwide movement known as the Women’s March.
In order to continue the momentum of this historic event, the organizers of the Women’s March followed up with the Women’s Convention in Detroit during October 2017, “for a weekend of workshops, strategy sessions, inspiring forums and intersectional movement building to continue the preparation going into the 2018 midterm elections.”
Through the support of the Women’s March and the UUWF, as the Vice President / Recruitment and Outreach, I had the honor of attending the Women’s Convention, a gathering of over 5,000 individuals, where some of the key highlights included: Read More…
More than 2,400 Faith Leaders Call on Senators to Oppose Senate Tax Bill: UUWF Signs on
Rev. Marti Keller, Minister, Unitarian Universalist Women’s Federation: “Challenging and preventing extreme inequality is a moral imperative for Unitarian Universalists as we affirm justice, equity and compassion in human relations. We are committed to working to change economic systems that perpetuate and worsen income and wealth inequality with a goal of life, dignity and wellbeing experienced by all.”.” Read More… Statement in PDF
Annual Appeal from UUWF
Well, it’s been a year. For the past several months, we’ve seen revelations of men in power being known to harass and assault people who were in thrall to that power. So many emotions have arisen in the midst of these allegations, and unfortunately surprise is not one of them. As Laurie Penny writes in her article, The Unforgiving Minute: “[it never was about individual monsters] This is about structural violence, about a culture that decided long ago that women’s agency and dignity were worth sacrificing to protect the reputation of powerful men and the institutions that enabled their entitlement.” READ MORE …
The Unitarian Universalist Women’s Federation (UUWF) board of trustees is pleased to announce the appointment of Claire Sexton as our new President. Due to family illness care giving responsibilities, UUWF President Justice Waidner Smith has stepped down. Our thoughts and prayers are with her and her husband Aiden at this difficult time. READ MORE…
The New Prophetic Sisterhood initiative (NPS)
The New Prophetic Sisterhood is a network of UU woman-identified religious professionals who covenant to affirm and promote equity and justice for women and girls and to lift up diverse feminisms. As individuals and as a body we use our voices in our congregations and communities to create more awareness of and prophetic public witness around issues that impact women and girls.
If you are a Unitarian Universalist woman-identified religious professional and are interested in being part of the NPS, please join us.
Looking for a Way to Honor Women?
UUWF’s Clara Barton Sisterhood is a great way to honor women aged 80 or more for their often unsung contributions to your religious community. Learn how to honor a woman in your congregation.
Enrolled in 2017