BIPOC: Attend DRUUMM at GA, No Registration Fee

This year at the UUA General Assembly (GA), DRUUMM sessions are open to all BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) UUs. GA registration is not required and there is no fee. 

The following invitation is from DRUUMM:

“You are invited to take part in this year’s virtual General Assembly gathering from June 24-27. No matter if you have registered for the main conference or not, DRUUMM programming is open to all Unitarian Universalists of Color where you will have the opportunity to grow in faith and community.”

Here’s the program and form to sign up for the ones that you want to attend:

DRUUMM (Diverse & Revolutionary UU Multicultural Ministries) is a community-wide ministry for Black, Indigenous, Unitarian Universalists of Color. An all-volunteer, multi-generational collective, our lay leaders and religious professionals from every district and region, lead efforts within our faith to overcome white supremacy through resistance and resilience, in order to transform Unitarian Universalism through our multicultural experiences and collective wisdom.