Unitarian Universalists for Justice in the Middle East (UUJME)

UUJME works for a peaceful and just resolution of the Palestine-Israel conflict, affirming the equality, dignity, freedom and security of all peoples involved. UUJME’s principal activities are educational programs, including appearances at the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations General Assembly, support of local social action groups, conducting and sponsoring trips to Palestine-Israel, and advocacy. UUJME is guided by UU principles, international law, UN resolutions, universally accepted principles of human rights, the right to religious freedom, and Unitarian Universalist (UU) actions and statements. Founded in 1971, UUJME is incorporated in Massachusetts as UUJMECorp, a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity.

Officers: Curtis C. Bell, President; Dana F. Ashrawi, Vice President; Susan E. Nye, Treasurer; Pamela McInnes, Clerk.

Board Members: Dana Ashrawi, Houston, TX; Curtis Bell, Portland, OR; Steve Buck, Bethesda, MD; Tina DeYoe, Los Alamos, NM; Steve Lapham, Bethesda, MD; Pamela McInnes, St. Paul, MN; Susan Nye, Watertown, MA; Cathy Pfister, San Diego, CA; Gene Ramsbottom, Devon, PA.

Communication Co-Managers: Jamilla Hashem, Lakeland, FL; Rosemary Cohen, Bethesda, MD.