Pride Week of Actions

Welcoming Congregations of Unitarian Universalism have been invited to join Inclusive Justice of MichiganThe National LGBTQ Task Force, and other national equality organizations for The Colors of Pride during the month of June to offer activities focused on the liberation of people targeted by unjust legislation, oppressive public policies, and harmful policing practices. 

By engaging the faith community around these activities, we are acknowledging that many people hide behind their religious convictions as reasons for opposing the LGBTQ community and the legislation that would provide for their safety and support.  Many of these same people of faith are silent when it comes supporting efforts for racial justice and the Black Lives Matter movement. 

The Colors of Pride is an opportunity for congregations to publicly support equality during Pride month and commemorate Juneteenth. Our goal is to create opportunities for allyship with the queer community, Black and Brown communities, and congregations by engaging at least 300 congregations nationwide to agree to participate in our pro-equality actions during Pride month.


1) SHOW A PRE-RECORDED MESSAGE: Throughout Pride Month, during your weekly service or on your website and Facebook page, show a pre-recorded message from national religious leaders speaking about the importance of supporting Intersectional Equality by supporting the Equality Act. Each message is 6 minutes or less.

2) SIGN UP FOR PRIDE WEEK ACTIONS: Sign up to participate in a variety of opportunities during our Pride Week (June 11-19) to educate your congregation on upcoming equality legislation from the Equality Act to the George Floyd Policing Act to our national Juneteenth Celebration!

CLICK HERE to join Pride Week Actions
3) ACCESS THE TOOLKIT: Use The Colors of Pride Tool Kit assembled by national equality organizations to provide your congregation with the latest information on legislation and how to support the LGBTQ community this Pride Month and beyond! You may share information and resources on social media and local print media. 

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