Experience New Orleans with people dedicated to a holistic and equitable recovery for the city. UUCSJ is teaming up with the Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal (CELSJR) to offer you a unique opportunity to live, work, and learn, in New Orleans — a city of warmth, caring, and immeasurable resilience — for a life-changing week. Be part of the changing tide. [hidden]
- July 20–27, 2013 ($725 per person. Register by May 19, 2013)
Trip fees do not include airfare. A five percent discount is available for groups of three or more from the same congregation. Discounts are available for groups of more than 30 people.
The Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal (CELSJR) is a catalyst in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast region for nurturing a sustainable, equitable, and inclusive community by promoting social, racial and economic justice.
Deanna Vandiver is CELSJR’s executive director. She found a spiritual home in Unitarian Universalism shortly after moving to New Orleans in 2000, and is in the process being ordained as a UU minister. Vandiver has worked in government, education, and law on her journey toward community ministry.
[hidden]Quo Vadis Breaux is CELSJR’s executive director. An African American native of New Orleans, she has a long history in development and community/cultural activism. At CELSJR, Breaux has planned and organized service-learning programs for diverse volunteer groups from all over the country.[hidden]
[hidden]Become a program leader![/hidden]