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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
at Unity San Francisco

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
at Unity San Francisco

I’ll Hold You in the Light

Our quantum entanglement offers possibility during this racial emergency. George Floyd was my son. Breonna Taylor was my daughter.

Standing Together Resource Center

We Stand Together in Unity At Unity, we know that profound systemic changes need to occur to protect the rights

Why Celebrating Juneteenth Matters

The question Why celebrate Juneteenth today? brings into focus the importance of remembering what was and celebrating what is.

Does My Country Love Me as
Much as I Love It?

Read about the complex relationship between the Black community and Independence Day.

Spotlighting Black Voices

Praying Without Words

We Are Always Praying
As a communications major in college, one of the first things I studied was theory. One theory by a noted philosopher in the field is that “one cannot not communicate.”

Take a moment for that double negative to sink in. In the same way, one cannot not pray.

Just as when we are silent, we are still sending a message, I’ve learned that when we are not speaking, we are still praying. Our prayers are as constant and fruitful as our thoughts.

Love Thy Neighbor

The story is told of a farmer whose corn each year earned the winning prize at the state fair. One year, a reporter interviewed him and learned something interesting about how he grew his corn. The farmer told the reporter that he shared his prize-winning seed corn with his neighbors.

When asked why, the farmer explained: “The wind picks up the pollen from the ripening corn and swirls it from field to field. If the neighbors grow inferior corn, cross-pollination will steadily degrade the quality of my corn. If I am to grow good corn, I must help my neighbors grow good corn.”

Finding Peace in the Storm

I was in my early 20s and persistently worried, constantly ruminating about some real or imagined trauma. But I had a good friend—no doubt frustrated with me—who would calmly advise me to breathe, fall back, regroup, and just be.

It seemed I was almost always in fix-it mode, rushing to judgment and making snap decisions. She encouraged me to turn within for guidance, but I resisted because I thought it would take too long.

Eventually I understood that sometimes the only way to determine what is mine to do is to do nothing and listen to Spirit.

Living in the Here and Now

My dear friend Carol answers everyone who asks how she is doing with a smile and five simple words: “I’m blessed no matter what!”
I have known Carol for nearly 40 years. She recently celebrated 80 years, and like for most people, those years have been marked by joy and sorrow.

At one time, she was a single parent with five children, working two jobs to give them the best life she could. Carol put herself through cosmetology school and became a master in the trade. I know because I’m one of many who benefit from her amazing talent.

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Divine Gifts

Our very own Misa Malone talks about black history through the lens of the second principle.

Love Never Ends

Rev. Jackie Hawkins talks about the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr and the truth he spread; love is the answer.

Declaring Your Freedom

Lyssa Almann Baldwin speaks on how we can sign our own emancipation proclamation .