The Racial Concerns Committee provides the congregation with information and opportunities that allow us to live out the seven principles of Unitarian Universalism as we identify, unmask, and eradicate institutional and personal expressions of racism.
Our vision is that members of UUFSB appreciate and encourage a view that celebrates African American history including its cultural richness as well as the diversity within the larger American population.  We understand that the persistence of racism in institutions and in personal practice requires that we become agents in the struggle to end discrimination toward people of color.

New  Please click here to access a comprehensive timeline of African American history and culture.

The Racial Concerns Committee celebrates the history and culture of African Americans, even as we continue to struggle against institutional racism and personal racist practices.

In an effort to foster individual spiritual growth, we encourage members of the congregation to participate in programs designed to do the following:

The Racial Concerns Committee actively seeks new members.  If you are interested in joining or need more information, please contact us by phoning Barbara Coley (631-758-3436); calling the UUFSB Office (631-751-0297); or sending an email to the Office at .   

Committee Membership
Barbara Coley (Co-chair)
Joan Rubinstein (Co-chair)
Kay Aparo
Charlie Aparo
June Cerveny
Margaret Cohee
Lem Coley
Joel Diamond
Chris 2 Feathers
Peggy Fort
John Morris
Elise Powell
Cynthia Stewart