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This list includes every page or product from UUA.org, UU World magazine, or inSpirit books & gifts that is tagged with Poverty.

  • When charity disrupts justice

    Chuck Collins

    From UU World Magazine
    Tax-deductible charitable giving should not worsen existing inequalities. But it does.
  • How Much Do We Deserve?
    An Inquiry into Distributive Justice

    Richard S. Gilbert

    From Skinner House Books

    Bridges the gap between scholars in economic, theological and ethical disciplines, for concerned laity and clergy...

  • Where Do We Go from Here
    Chaos or Community?
    From Beacon Press
  • That's Why We're Here

    Forrest Gilmore

    From WorshipWeb
    In the first episode of "Call the Midwife"—a British show about post-WWII midwives—the main character Jenny Worth is just starting as a midwife in the...
  • A Prayer Addressing All Hungers

    Debra Smith

    From WorshipWeb
    We are hungry We are eating our daily bread and bowing our heads and yet we are hungry We are thanking the farmer and the farm worker and yet we are hun...
  • The Kindness of Lo Mein

    Kaaren Solveig Anderson

    From WorshipWeb
    My friend Marcy and her boyfriend Brian recently ate dinner at a local Chinese restaurant....
  • Counting Prayers to End Poverty


    From WorshipWeb
    The world now has the means to end extreme poverty, we pray we will have the will. What is this prayer about? The Millennium Development Goals were...
  • Putting "Labor" Back in Labor Day

    David Breeden

    From WorshipWeb
    In 1935, a US government truck pulled up to my grandfather’s house, a two-room sharecropper’s shack in which sixteen people lived. They were starving...
  • Re-Imagining the American Dream

    Marilyn Sewell

    From WorshipWeb
    The early settlers who risked life and limb to come to this land—a land strange and unknown, but full of promise—these early settlers had a dream. That...
  • The Answer I Wish I'd Given (winner of the 2009 Stewardship Sermon Award)

    Erika A. Hewitt

    From WorshipWeb
    I had jet-lag. That’s my excuse—that, and it was a hot, humid Sunday afternoon in Chicago, the end of a three-day family reunion. All of us were...