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The Unitarian Universalist Office at the United Nations (UU@UN) is proud to share our Religious Education packet, “UN Me” to help teach children about the United Nations and international engagement. The curriculum is created for approximately 4th grade but can be adapted for any age group. The...
United in Grief: The Second Surge of COVID-19 in IndiaFrom UUA InternationalThe UU Holdeen India Program shares reflections on the second surge of Covid-19 in India.
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Police Killings and the United NationsFrom UUA InternationalA new UU@UN initiative aims to have the UN classify police killings as extrajudicial, pushing for an end police militarization globally.