At this time of Thanksgiving, we at the First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh are equally thankful for the gift of every life.
We have chosen to stand up for Black lives publicly because for too long, Black lives have not experienced the equal treatment that is their due. We are grateful to those who haven chosen to wear blue to serve and protect, but we are sickened that members of our local community have seen fit to vandalize our Black Lives Matter sign, yet again displaying a denouncement of the value of Black lives. No life is more valuable than another.
A new Black Lives Matter banner will soon be mounted at First Unitarian and it is our sincere hope that the community will respect this expression
of our beliefs.