We will work together to create campaigns and conversations that foster the health and wellbeing of our faith and our Association. We affirm the need for issues-based debate and creative, healthy competition during this campaign We affirm our collegial relationship which is based in the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association Covenant to which we are accountable. We affirm an anti-oppressive feminist ethic in the campaign, which is respectful, trusting and honors interdependence among the candidates and our supporters. We are committed to each other’s ongoing significant leadership in the UUA.
Finalized: June 16, 2016
John MottI like your statement about power in the UUA. I can remember attending a panel at General Assembly in Boston on how to get more involved as a volunteer at the national level, and I was struck at how much of the focus was about learning the system and learning who turned what levers so that you 'could get in the door', It sounded like how to look for a paying job at a desirable company.