Dr. Gregory C. Carrow-Boyd

“Labor without Love”

In an audio clip that has now become memefied, mid-20th century scholar James Baldwin, offers “Darling, I have told you several times, I have no dream job, I do not dream of labor.” As we enter the week that precedes the hardwon observance of Labor Day, let us imagine a world without labor. Gather for […]

“On Conflict and Covenant”

Covenanting is the central practice of our Unitarian Universalist faith. Although covenants provide a roadmap for how to stay in relationship when times are great as well as when they are tough, we seldom address how covenants call us to conflict. Get ready to engage in conflict lovingly as we explore the contours of the […]

“Black Unitarian Universalist Theology is for Everyone!”

In the fall of 2019, Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU) held the first Harper-Jordan Symposium as a forum for exploring what Black Unitarian Universalist worship, theology, and spiritual practices look like in the 21st century. The result was an audiovisual archive of a groundwork for contemporary Black UU theologies. Come navigate what these emerging […]