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Social Justice Statements

  • 2015 Statement of Conscience
    As Unitarian Universalists, we embrace the reproductive justice framework, which espouses the human right to have children, not to have...
  • 2014 Action of Immediate Witness
    BECAUSE Unitarian Universalists affirm the inherent worth and dignity of each person—an unshakeable conviction calling us to respect...
  • 2013 Statement of Conscience
    A belief in “the inherent worth and dignity of every person” is core to Unitarian Universalism: every person, no exceptions. As religious...
  • 1994 Resolution of Immediate Witness
    BECAUSE Unitarian Universalists affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person, and BECAUSE Unitarian Universalists...
  • 1992 Resolution of Immediate Witness
    WHEREAS we, the General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations, have on several occasions stated our strong...
  • 2011 Statement of Conscience
    Aware of our interdependence, we acknowledge that eating ethically requires us to be mindful of the miracle of life we share with all...
  • 2008 Responsive Resolution
    WHEREAS the Moderator, in her report, referenced the “Youth and Young Adult Empowerment Resolution” passed by the 2008 General Assembly on...
  • 2008 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS the Unitarian Universalist Association Bylaws state that our Association promotes “the full participation of persons in all of its...
  • 2008 Responsive Resolution
    WHEREAS we have heard your excellent report and its insight into the need for universal healthcare: BE IT RESOLVED, in accordance with the...
  • 2008 Responsive Resolution
    Whereas the Consultation on Ministry To and With Youth has presented a positive report with regard to the future of youth ministry...
  • 2008 Action of Immediate Witness
    Because: Unitarian Universalists affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person; Whereas: The Unitarian Universalist...
  • 2008 Action of Immediate Witness
    Whereas: Unitarian Universalists are concerned with the worth and dignity of all people; Whereas: We spend over $2 trillion for health care...
  • 2007 Action of Immediate Witness
    BECAUSE our Unitarian Universalist principles call on us to affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person; justice,...
  • 2007 Action of Immediate Witness
    WHEREAS the first Unitarian Universalist principle "to affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person," and the sixth...
  • 2007 Responsive Resolution
    Whereas about 200 ministers and staff employed by Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations do not have health insurance, Whereas economic...
  • 1977 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, a principle of the Unitarian Universalist Association is to "affirm, defend, and promote the supreme worth and dignity of every...
  • 1978 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, the heritage of religious freedom extends into the nature of life and destiny; and WHEREAS, through advances in science and...
  • 1978 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, tobacco smoking is harmful to human health; and WHEREAS, the world needs more food crops grown on the limited areas of fertile...
  • 1978 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, in the course of many illnesses when a person faces imminent death, a point is reached when medical science can offer no further...
  • 1978 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, religious freedom under the Bill of Rights is a cherished American right; and WHEREAS, right to choice on contraception and...
  • 1979 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, the Unitarian Universalist Association has a long, rich history of social outreach into communities, with innovative programs and...
  • 1977 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, currently there are efforts being made to insert the creation story of Genesis into public school science textbooks; and WHEREAS,...
  • 1977 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, since March 4, 1977, several states, including Florida, Illinois, Georgia, and Arizona, have considered and not passed the Equal...
  • 1977 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, an amendment to the United States Constitution to provide equal rights for women has been ratified by thirty-five states; and...
  • 1979 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, the present system of health care in the United States (which costs approximately $180 billion per year) is often uneven in...
  • 1977 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, abuse and neglect of children is a family and societal problem of national significance; and WHEREAS, children are innocent and...
  • 1979 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, world health authorities have documented the disastrous effect the widespread marketing of infant formula has had upon the...
  • 1979 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, the Unitarian Universalist bylaws state that our Association promotes "the full participation of persons in all of its and their...
  • 1977 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, attempts are now being made to deny Medicaid funds for abortion and to enact Constitutional Amendments that would limit abortions...
  • 1979 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, according to the Report of the Status of Children published in 1977 by the Office of Human Development of the US Department of...
  • 1979 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, the battering of women in the home is a family and societal problem related to the violation of basic human rights in a...
  • 1976 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, women in the middle years and older are confronted by the double discrimination of ageism and sexism, and feel the negative...
  • 1980 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, the Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights, an organization supported by twenty-seven religious bodies, including the Unitarian...
  • 1976 General Resolution
    Because of our concern for freedom of conscience and the respect which should be accorded all persons at time of death, and because of our...
  • 1980 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, Congressional and other investigations have established that the welfare of thousands of nursing home residents throughout the...
  • 1980 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, the Unitarian Universalist Association passed a resolution titled "Women and Religion" at the 1977 General Assembly and a related...
  • 1975 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, every female should be accorded the right to decide whether or not she should bear a child; WHEREAS, contraceptive methods are not...
  • 1981 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, it is now known that tobacco smoke causes irritation and harm to non-smokers; and WHEREAS, the Unitarian Universalist Association...
  • 1982 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, in the spirit of inclusiveness without regard to age, family situation, or economic status; and WHEREAS, in the spirit of...
  • 1973 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, there are well organized efforts of letter writing, petitions, and a Washington Office for lobbying to amend the US Constitution...
  • 1973 General Resolution
    BE IT RESOLVED: That the 1973 General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association opposes the corporal punishment of children in...

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