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Stage 3 Resources: Creating an Action Plan
Stage 3 Resources: Creating an Action Plan
  • The UUA’s Multicultural Growth and Witness (MGW) Staff Group: Building partnerships across cultural boundaries can be exhilarating and challenging. The UUA’s Multicultural Growth and Witness staff group equips Unitarian Universalist congregations and community leaders to minister effectively in our multicultural world. If your team is interested in building congregational capacity in this area, contact socialjustice [at] uua [dot] org.  
  • UUA District and Regional Staff: Get in touch with your GS coach or the GS office to find out if there is a UUA staff member doing social or environmental justice work aligned with your project.
  • UU College of Social Justice (UUCSJ): 
UUCSJ organizes powerful experiences of learning and action for social justice. Some offerings may fulfill your environmental justice requirements. If you have questions, contact the Green Sanctuary office at uua_greensanctuary [at] uua [dot] org
  • UU Service Committee (UUSC): The UUSC advances human rights through grassroots collaboration. In 15 countries throughout the world, UUSC fosters social justice and works toward a world free from oppression. Your congregational environmental justice work could establish powerful partnerships through one of UUSC’s projects. If you have questions, contact the Green Sanctuary office at uua_greensanctuary [at] uua [dot] org.
  • UU Ministry for Earth (UUMFE): UUMFE’s web site houses resources to plan and implement every aspect of your Green Sanctuary plan: worship, children’s religious education, action and advocacy, sustainability, and Earth Day activities. We highly recommend the UUMFE Environmental Justice Curriculum "Our Place in the Web of Life" as an introduction to environmental justice, and a means to assess your congregation’s environmental impact. Curriculum cost depends on the size of your congregation.
  • UU Young Adult Climate Justice Network
: Young adults are taking on some of the most radical direct action to resist climate change and frequently have a better understanding of how to do intersectional environmental justice work. To tap into current young adult activities or for advice about successful young adult outreach, get in touch with the Young Adult Network coordinator. This position supports a young adult network engaged in UU-principled climate activism. 
  • Coalition of Unitarian Universalist State Action Networks: CUUSAN, the Coalition of Unitarian Universalist State Action Networks, is a central meeting place for existing UU State Action Networks (SANs) and newly forming SANs. Some UU State Networks—like the UU Justice Ministry of California—maintain environmental justice task forces. You can find other networks here.

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