“Bold, Radical, and Transformational: The Promise and the Practice of Our Faith,” Rev. Amy Shaw

In our commitment to dismantling white supremacy as a system, white Unitarian Universalists are still learning to decenter our whiteness so that people of color are brought from the margins to the middle. Join us as we practice that work, and promise a new way of being together.

Rev. Amy Petrie Shaw is the settled minister at Lake Country UU Church in Hartland, WI and a Transitions Specialist for the MidAmerica Region of the UUA. Rev. Shaw’s birth mother was Yemenite Israeli, and her father white, and she grew up as one of the only non-white children in Cold Spring, Kentucky. Outside of the UU community, Amy is possibly better known as a humor writer and mixed media artist. Her latest book, “The Tao of the Dippy Cat” reached #42 on the Amazon Humor Best-Seller list, and her art work has been featured at the ARC Gallery in Chicago, and noted by New Art Examiner magazine. Amy and her husband Brian live in Hartland, WI.