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All of our communities, districts and regions have diverse communities of immigrants. We are neighbors, we are co-workers, we are employers. Some migrants are Unitarian Universalists (UUs). Others are part of organizations that are partners with UU churches. We have opportunities to be in solidarity and to build beloved community.
At the 2012 Justice General Assembly (GA), we gather by regions and states to share strategies and next steps for bringing home what we've learned. We will share strategies by state, information about next steps and campaigns, reflection questions, and opportunities for connecting.
For more information contact socialjustice @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Wednesday, August 15, 2012.
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