Creating Family in Community
Build the Beloved Community.
DRUMM Regional Conference January 17-19, 2014.
Diverse, Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries (DRUUMM) presents this weekend Regional Conference at First Unitarian Universalist Church in San Diego, California. “Creating Family in Community” is the theme setting the stage for intergenerational exploration of the ways we examine, redefine and name ourselves in relationship to others. In a spirit of openness and welcoming we build the beloved community, sometimes grappling with the tough issues of oppression and privilege, but always circling back to the ways we celebrate together with love, joy and compassion.
DRUUMM provides support and advocacy for Unitarian Universalist (UU) People of Color (POC) and works to build a community in UUism. We work for self-determination, justice, and equal opportunity; empower our various ministries; celebrate our diverse heritages; overcome racism through resistance; and transform and enrich UUism through our multicultural experiences. We strive for an accountable relationship with our allies of Anglo/European descent for the purpose of building a larger UU community committed to transforming UUism into an anti-racist, ethnically multicultural movement.