Resources for Families
Learning About Unitarian Universalism
Albany UU subscribes to a wonderful resource called “Soulful Home” that can help you explore Unitarian Univeralism at home. This monthly publication is available in digital or paper form, email Elizabeth Baldes, Director of Religious Education at firstname.lastname@example.org for your copy.
You can read our 8 Unitarian-Universalist Principles here, and in simpler language here
And you can read about some of the sources we draw on here, and in simpler language here.
As parents and caretakers, life can be overwhelming at times, especially as we have now been coping with COVID-19 for more than two years. There are potentially-helpful resources here and here.
Talking About Race – Start the Conversation
Your Five-year-old is Already Racially Biased
The Top 5 Reasons Well Meaning White Parents Do Not Discuss Race With Their White Children
7 Reminders for White Parents Talking to Their Kids About Police Killing Black People
Teaching Young Children About Bias, Diversity, and Social Justice
Unpacking and Transforming Your Biases For A Better Community by Denise Hernandez
The Danger of a Single Story by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Raising Race Conscious Children
Books recommended by Albany UU’s Inclusivity Team 2022-23 (new titles added regularly)
Books recommended by Albany UU’s Inclusivity Team 2021-22