RACIAL EQUITY REVIEW OF FAITH FORWARD
As Unitarian Universalism at-large is having a conversation about how white privilege and white supremacy have shaped the culture of our faith, and how we can transform this culture into one that decenters whiteness and works for the liberation of all, Faith Forward has been going through our own process as well, reviewing and revising the program to better reflect our hopes and commitments.
A local consultant, Kamilah Collins, conducted a comprehensive "equity, diversity, and inclusion" review of the Faith Forward program and all of its materials. She has provided us with an amazing array of questions, comments, and recommendations for how to decenter witness and make the Faith Forward program more inclusive. Now, a team of First Unitarian Church of Dallas ministers, staff, and lay leaders, as well as leaders from other Faith Forward congregations, have gathered to review Kamilah Collins' recommendations and take the next steps to update the program materials. We are excited about what's next, and the changes that will impact every series within the Faith Forward Path. More details and updated materials will be available later in 2019.