Racial Justice

The suffering caused by racism must be ended if we want to create fair and loving communities. We work to end racial discrimination and injustice, starting within ourselves and moving out into the world around us.

Racial Justice Resources 

The Racial Justice Subcommittee’s focus is on education, outreach, and legislation. Book discussions, forums, and lectures deepen understanding of the oppression faced by marginalized communities. Outreach and legislative activities support local, state, and national initiatives to overcome racial injustices wherever they occur. Immigration Justice issues are especially targeted for action at this time. 

For details of the activities of the Racial Justice Committee, see the 2019-2020 Social Justice Annual Report.


 At UUCSC, a Racial Justice Sub-committee meets monthly to plan events and advocacy efforts that target 3 areas: educating our members and the community, outreach to local organizations and coalitions, and legislative advocacy.

Chair:  Penny Hall

Responding to the death of George Floyd and supported by the Social Justice Committee, an Antiracism Group formed in March 2020 and meets weekly on Zoom to educate and advocate for racial justice for everyone.  Contact Penny Hall  if you would like a Zoom invitation to the UUCSC Antiracism Group. All are welcome!

Evolving resources that support antiracism  and the Black Lives Matter movement are HERE.