WHEREAS, in response to this threat, religious and secular groups have begun
to work together to re-assert the above values, notably through People for the
American Way, the National Council of Churches, Americans for Common Sense, and
the Interfaith Communications Commission; and
WHEREAS, as Universalists and Unitarians, we have a stake in the social and
political consequences of the issues raised concerning minority rights, women's
rights, violence against women and minorities, separation of church and state,
priority of welfare over rearmament, and the development of world community
through peaceful means;
BE IT RESOLVED: That the 1981 General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist
Association encourages the Association, districts, local societies, and
individuals to join continental, regional, and local coalitions dedicated to
action in the defense of religious and individual liberty.
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