None of Us is Free Until . . .

Unitarian Universalists have for decades professed a vision of an anti-racist, anti-oppressive, multicultural society.  And yet many Unitarian Universalists of color do not really feel welcome in our congregations.  Why is that?  What does it mean that white folks have the luxury of being “visitors to the struggle”? How are all of us in this country and in the UUA steeped in a white supremacy culture?