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This tool brings international Hunan Rights Day home.
Leverage Human Rights Day into a congregational learning opportunity with this tool!

In celebration of Human Rights Day on December the Unitarian Universalist Association International Office offers a resource for congregations to engage with questions about cross-cultural engagement and how identity plays into local organizing.

The conversation includes stories from our work internationally, provoking congregants to reflect on themes like identity and privilege, trust, culture, relationship-building, and human rights in the context of organizing for justice. This guide for a 1-2 hour discussion will work well for Adult Religious Education or even an opportunity for a congregation’s Religious Education program to partner with their Social Justice leaders to hold a discussion.

Get the resource here.

This tool was created in partnership with the Lifespan Faith Engagement Office of the Unitarian Universalist Association.

About the Author

  • Rev. Marisol Caballero, Faith Innovation Specialist in the UUA’s Faith Development Office, is a native Texan who lives and works in Austin. She enjoys social justice activism, cooking, dancing ballet folklorico, gardening, and traveling with her pup, Diego. She is currently serving DRUUMM, a...

For more information contact blueboat@uua.org.

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