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Access to clean, safe drinking water is one of the most fundamental
necessities of life. It is therefore a basic human right. Yet
too often this basic right is impinged upon or even denied by those in
power for their economic advantage Quite often, those most
severely affected are the poor and peoples of color. The Unitarian
Universalist Association (UUA) believes that sources of drinking water
should be kept clean and safe, and that water should be available to all
regardless of ability to pay.
Right to Water is one of the major programs of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Water Justice is also a a major program for the UU Legislative Ministry of California (UULM-CA).
For more information contact environment @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Friday, August 19, 2011.
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