Unitarian Universalism has been at the forefront of advocating for a multicultural, anti-oppressive world that feels welcoming to all, a world that embraces diversity as a social good, ultimately leading to a kinder, gentler, more peaceful world. What if our good intentions have lead us astray? What if our approach is backfiring? What if there could be such a thing as too much diversity? How do we as UUs engage this balancing act in a cultural climate so polarized by the perceived benefits or perils of diversity?