Katie Kurnick

Katie Kurnick (she/her/hers) is a 2022 summer intern with the UU @ UN office. She is a current Global Social Work student and Global Activities Scholar, pursuing her Masters in Social Work at the University of Michigan. She graduated from Ohio State University in 2018 with her Bachelor of Arts in International Studies, with minors in French and Nonprofit Management. She has served with various nonprofits, including completing a year of AmeriCorps service with City Year, and working as a Program Coordinator at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado. She is passionate about furthering equitable education and advancing human rights, specifically working with children, women, and refugee populations, and strives to further justice-centered change at the local level.

From Katie Kurnick

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As July has come to a close, be sure to remember Disability Pride Month and challenge yourself to learn more about disability and listen to disabled people.

By Katie Kurnick | August 15, 2022 | From International Unitarian Universalism
Tagged as: International Human Rights & Justice

Just days before the June 2022 G7 Summit, where world leaders meet to face the biggest challenges that exist in our world, Roe v. Wade was overturned in the United States, ending 50 years of federally protected abortion rights. Prior to meeting for the G7 Summit, the United States’ allies voiced...

By Katie Kurnick | July 14, 2022 | From International Unitarian Universalism
Tagged as: International Human Rights & Justice

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