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Criminalization Media Kit
Criminalization Media Kit

Criminalization

The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) is committed to building a world where all people--regardless of migration status, religious background, physical identity or ability, or sexual orientation--are able to thrive. Unitarian Universalists work for justice in order to make our diverse communities more inclusive and to resist efforts to criminalize people for being who they are.

Opposing the criminalization of people based on their identities is central to our prophetic public ministry. The UUA has joined with the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee to form Love Resists, a campaign helping people resist the criminalization of our communities and oppose the increasing surveillance and harassment by law enforcement and government agencies.

News stories

Activists: Shut down Pa. immigrant detention center Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

National debate about immigrant detainees leads to a swell of OC volunteerism Los Angeles Times

UUA statements

The UUA Denounces Supreme Court Travel Ban Decision

Unitarian Universalist Association Calls for The Abolition of ICE

The UUA Condemns Family Separation at the U.S./Mexico Border  

Contact

If you are a member of the press and would like to speak with a UUA staff person about our work in this area, please contact:

Marchaé Grair, Public Relations and Outreach Director
(617) 948-4386

For more information contact pr [at] uua [dot] org.

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