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WUUC Board of Trustees Statement on Racial Injustice

Adopted June 10, 2020

Given the agitation, demonstrations, and protests occurring around the country and around the world in the wake of George Floyd’s death, WUUC reaffirms our commitment to eradicating racial injustice.

We reaffirm our commitment to dismantle structural racism against Black communities in education, employment, housing, voting rights, and access to health care. We reaffirm our commitment to reverse the disproportionate effects of environmental degradation on the Black community. We reaffirm our commitment to demand equitable and ethical treatment in the administration of criminal justice in the Black community.

We must act on our commitment and do everything in our individual as well as collective capacity to support the ongoing protests, use our voices to call out injustice, and work to dismantle white supremacy in all its manifestations. See our 2016 statement affirming our support of movements for black lives.

WUUC Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that this land is the traditional territory of the Duwamish and Snohomish peoples. Their presence can be felt in these mountains, valleys, waterways, and shorelines. Let us nurture our relationship with our neighbors and the shared responsibilities to their homelands, where we all reside today.

WUUC Welcoming Congregation Certification

We declare our ongoing commitment to LGBTQ+ welcome and inclusion in our congreation, our community, and beyond.

Graphic for the Five Practices of Welcome Renewal