We have great groups that are devoted to dismantling racism, heterosexism, and other forms of oppression within Unitarian Universalism.
Does anyone know if there is a group devoted to dismantling classism?
We make such assumptions -- and I am as guilty as any -- that everyone is college-educated, and to a lesser degree, came from a middle class or higher background.
I'm just wondering ... and please, play along with me in my fantasy for just a moment ... what would happen if we began having an influx of those not possessing college degrees, those working as roughnecks, as factory workers, as cab drivers?
Would there be a backlash? Would we say, that's great, but act more like us?
Okay, I didn't mean to go into that ... my question, and it is a real one, do we have a group devoted to addressing classism in our association? Should we?