The Call to Racial Justice from our Theological Heritage

What calls you to work for justice in the world? How does our understanding of theology ground our justice work? This sermon will explore both the historical and contemporary call to justice that arises from our Unitarian Universalist theological heritage.

Rev. Dr. Andrea Johnson is a community minister affiliated with First Universalist Church in Minneapolis, MN. She recently completed her Doctor of Ministry in public theology at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities. The title of her dissertation is Human Liberation, Sacred Nature, and the Inescapable Network of Mutuality: Theologically Grounding Unitarian Universalism’s Quest to Dismantle White Supremacy.