Peoples UU Church has been a force of social change since the 1960s, beginning with its marching for civil rights. In the 1970s Peoples’ members protested the Vietnam War, and provided a safe space for the members of the Oglala Lakota Tribe who were on trial in federal court for its role in the battle at Wounded Knee. In the last eight years Peoples Church has expanded its efforts in the struggles for racial equity and justice. We spent time learning about the history of White Supremacy in our nation and how our white privilege contributes to it. Our actions included coalition forming, marching and demonstrating, hosting book discussions and speakers. We are expanding our justice work into electoral and environmental racism. In December of 2021 our congregation adopted the 8th Principle and are in the process of implementing it.