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General Assembly (GA) is a special opportunity for Unitarian Universalists to worship, witness, learn, connect, and join together in advancing human rights. The theme for GA 2016 is Heartland: Where Faiths Connect and will focus on interfaith work and answering the question “How are we crossing …Read More
Barbara Walden, a member of First Unitarian Church in Portland Oregon, was part of the College of Social Justice’s April Solidarity with Original Nations and Peoples delegation to the Lummi Nation in Bellingham Washington. “It seems to me that anyone who cares to really think about …Read More
Kim Duncan is a CSJ program leader from Portland Oregon. She led a delegation from two churches in Oregon, including her own. Last October, a group from three UU congregations in Oregon went on CSJ’s Border Justice tour on the Arizona – Mexico border. On April …Read More
Earth Day Renews Momentum in the Movement for Climate Justice – Learn More at Activate Boston this Summer!
Last month, hundreds of UU activists from across Massachusetts commemorated Earth Day by opening a new season of resistance to the Boston-area West Roxbury Lateral Pipeline, part of a sustained and growing climate justice campaign to disrupt the dangerous expansion of the fracked gas infrastructure and fossil fuel …Read More
Jennifer Ryu is a recipient of UUCSJ’s Ministerial Sabbatical grant which offer rich encounters with historic and emerging expressions of our Unitarian faith in a different cultural context. Today I’m packing up to leave Cebu City which has served as home base for “part one” of my …Read More
ACTIVATE! Youth Justice Trainings: 5 Reasons Why You Need to Tell Every Teenager You Know to Apply Now!
Read Part 1 of Sam’s Blog, “Why I Love My Work” What exactly is so special about Activate Youth Justice Trainings that so many of its alums claim to have gone through such an intense and life-changing experience? The simplest explanation for what happens during Activate! …Read More
Tucson, Arizona – November 2015 Sixty two detainees, migrants from Mexico and Central America caught crossing the border illegally, sit in the large courtroom facing the judge. On his right is an interpreter. Our BorderLinks contingent sits in back to witness the proceedings, to keep …Read More
By Janey Skinner, guest commentary © 2016 Bay Area News Group Originally published – The Contra Costa Times on January 16th, 2016 While much of the world’s attention is focused on Syria’s refugees, there is another refugee crisis that no one is talking about: Central Americans …Read More
Carmen Francesco was one of CSJ’s 2015 Global Justice Summer Interns. Carmen interned at Vidhayak Sansad in Usgaon, Maharashtra India along with another intern Tara Abhasakun. Since I have returned to the states, I have gotten many questions about my trip. “What did you do?” “What was …Read More