Congregational Stories About Economic & Racial Justice
Working for justice and striving for equality and diversity are at the center of the lives of many individual Unitarian Universalists. As we seek to live lives that are justice-filled and that affirm the inherent worth and dignity of each person, we can gain strength from one another.
In these stories about congregational life, we share what other congregations have done to bring about justice or deepen learning on economic and racial justice.
Interfaith Clergy Group Advocates for Health Care as “Moral Imperative”
September 13, 2009
UUA President Joins UU Church of Nashua's Living Wage Sunday
January 26, 2009
UU Congregation of Atlanta Leads Efforts for Living Wages & Racial Justice
July 24, 2008 | by Barbara Burnham
Solidarity, Not Charity
May 7, 2008 | by Suzanne Legarde
What Are You Doing to Honor Dr. King's Work and Carry on His Legacy?
December 7, 2007
Where Were All the White Folks at the Jena Rally?
September 27, 2007
Shreveport UUs Host Interfaith Prayer Service to Free Jena 6
September 24, 2007 | by Rev. Lyn Oglesby
Unitarian Universalists Demonstrate in Support of Jena 6
September 20, 2007 | by Rev. Meg Riley and Jie Wronski-Riley
Shreveport UUs Witness for Justice for Jena Six
September 20, 2007 | by Rev. Lyn Oglesby
Dismantling Racism in the Heartland
February 22, 2007
Belmont Unitarian Universalists Offer Religious Response to Racism
February 5, 2007
For more information contact la_racialjustice @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Thursday, November 17, 2011.
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- UUA President Joins Nashua UU's Living Wage Sunday
- Atlanta UUs Lead Efforts for Living Wages & Racial Justice
- Solidarity, Not Charity
- Honoring Dr. King's Work
- Where Were the White Folks?
- Shreveport UUs Host Service to Free Jena 6
- UUs Demonstrate in Support of Jena 6
- Shreveport UUs Witness for Jena 6
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- Dismantling Racism in the Heartland
- Belmont UUs Respond to Racism
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