We tend to like soundbite answers, even though issues and possible solutions are quite complex. Perhaps no issue draws more such seemingly definitive answers as the issue of race, and white, progressive Unitarian Universalists are not immune. In the face of racial injustice, white UUs often declare, “We are not racist,” but what are our next ten words? How can we discuss and understand better our own positioning with regard to race and what we might do next?
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