Call it Misogyny! – discussion

Advocates for Women are hosting a discussion on the recent NY Times articles about endemic misogyny in American culture. Fortunately, we are becoming increasingly aware of how we hold women responsible for being victims of sexual and gender-based violence while men are excused because “boys … read more.

Praxis – Until We Meet Again

Oh, my friends! Until we meet again, may love keep you safe, well, happy, curious, and bold!

By the time you read this I will be on the verge of, or just over the line of, starting a four-month sabbatical that begins in April and … read more.

Faithful Path – 4/21

One year ago, we were preparing for our Senior Minister, the Rev. Eric Kaminetzky, to go on sabbatical for four months. Plans were being laid–and then suddenly, there was a global pandemic, a statewide lockdown, and the very real fear that Covid-19 would reach … read more.

Calling it like it is: Misogynistic Male Violence 

 

The recent mass shootings in Atlanta, have focused attention on the misogynist motivations involved in many mass and individual acts of violence against women. Violence against women is a systemic worldwide crisis that is perpetuated through an underlying message: Male sexual violence is to be … read more.

UU Women In Action: International Women’s Day

As we observe Women’s History Month, with International Women’s Day celebrated on March 8, today’s Unitarian Universalist women are involved in promoting gender equity in U*U communities around the world. Here is a look at the International Women’s Convocation.

The International Convocation of Unitarian and Universalist … read more.

Practice for Vicky

Look at a few news articles and observe their layout. The title is at the top and then there is an opening paragraph. After that the post is usually divided into sections with headers (short posts may not need headers). Scanning the headers the reader … read more.

Sunday Offering – March 2021 – Tomorrow’s Hope

Tomorrow’s Hope, a program of Housing Hope, is Snohomish County’s only child development program that serves the needs of children who have been impacted by the trauma of homelessness and poverty. They are one of three licensed therapeutic centers in Washington State designed to reduce the effects of poverty and related trauma, including food insecurity, neglect, abuse and more. Tomorrow’s Hope serves children from four weeks to 11 years old. Our funds will help them procure new classroom furniture and supplies. Covid requirement protocols for frequent cleaning and the current furniture/supplies are not holding up.