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Jackson Ministerial Scholars Fund
This scholarship is awarded to recipients who share with the wider world their enthusiasm about Unitarian Universalist ideas and conclusions, drawn from their faith, which influence their lives.
Jewish Awareness, Unitarian Universalists for (UUJA)
Committed to supporting Unitarian Universalist Jewish multi-religiosity.
Joseph Priestley District (JPD)
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) district covering Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, and northern Virginia.
Josseline, The Death of
The 2010-11 Unitarian Universalist Common Read book was The Death of Josseline: Immigration Stories from the Arizona-Mexico Borderlands by Margaret Regan, which presents a series of intimate stories from immigrants, activists, human rights workers, and border patrol people.
Journey Toward Wholeness Transformation Committee (JTWTC)
The JTWTC was established in June of 1997 by the Unitarian Universalist Association Board of Trustees as part of the 1997 General Assembly Resolution, "Toward an Anti-Racist Unitarian Universalist Association."
JPD (Joseph Priestley District)
JTWTC (Journey Toward Wholeness Transformation Committee)
Jubilee Anti-Racism Training
A Unitarian Universalist Association weekend-long workshop that helps participants deeply understand racism and how to counter it (previously called Jubilee II).
Just Economic Community, Unitarian Universalists for a (UUJEC)
A group of Unitarian Universalists working to solve poverty, homelessness, and other economic problems.
Justice in the Middle East, Unitarian Universalists for (UUJME)
Works within the Unitarian Universalist community to promote peace and justice in Israel-Palestine, including a settlement of the conflict affirming the equality, dignity, freedom and security of all peoples involved.
JUUST Change Consultancy
A Unitarian Universalist Association program that helps congregations create a tailor-fit plan for transformation grounded in anti-oppression.
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