building an anti-racist movement among white unitarian universalists to confront and dismantle white supremacy in ourselves, congregations, and communities
The first step to becoming more involved with ARE is to use the Accountability Guidelines to deepen your understanding and anti-racist practice in institutional, community, and interpersonal relationships and communication; personal practices; reflection; and transformation.
Consider making a membership pledge if you are able. You can become a member or a friend using the form below.
Attend conferences focused on anti-racism and anti-oppression, including the ARE Conference. Visit or volunteer at the ARE booth at UUA General Assembly and participate in DRUUMM, BLUU, and ARE-led workshops. Watch for upcoming ARE online events, and collaborate with other ARE members in your region to organize congregational and regional events.
Consider actions you can take as an ally. Practice. Take risks. Stay at the table.
If you would like to get even more deeply involved, consider joining the Leadership Collective as well.