Congregational Stories About Peace and Human Rights
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 international peace and human rights.
Carbondale to Kabwe: Growth of an HIV/AIDS Partnership
December 3, 2008 | by Carla Feldhamer
First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque's Anti-Torture Witness
November 6, 2008 | by Ann Harrison and Jane Ronca-Washburn
A Life-Changing Journey to Iran
September 25, 2008 | by Helen Lindsay
Congregations Work for Darfur Awareness With Tents of Hope
September 25, 2008 | by Alex Winnett, UUA Program Associate for Peacemaking
Building a UU Global Social Justice Movement
June 23, 2007
Mother's Day Witness Draws Crowds and Media
May 13, 2007 | by Dolores Priem
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Last updated on Friday, May 3, 2013.
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- FUC Albuquerque's Anti-Torture Witness
- A Life-Changing Journey to Iran
- Tents of Hope for Darfur
- First Universalist Church of Essex, MA, Sponsors Iraq War Veterans
- Congregation of Phoenix Calls Attention to Human Rights Violations
- Building a UU Global Social Justice Movement
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