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Social Justice at General Assembly

The General Assembly (GA) Planning Committee seeks to plan our meeting in concert with our shared values of responsibility, inclusivity, and equality.

We demonstrate our institutional commitment to these values by actively working toward making our meeting more environmentally sustainable, by practicing care and concern for the issues related to accessibility, and by acting consistently within our constituency.

Social Witness Process—The Unitarian Universalist Association's (UUA) justice work is shaped by GA Congregational Study/Action Issues, Statements of Conscience, and Actions of Immediate Witness.

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Last updated on Friday, August 23, 2013.

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Activist Sandy Weir of Phoenix, AZ and Dreamer Heyra Avila of Florence, KY at the 2013 General Assembly in Louisville, KY

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Rev. Glenn Coleman Farley and Rev. Clyde Grubbs of the UUA Socially Responsible Investment Committee at the 2013 General Assembly in Louisville, KY

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