Recap - 2017 Justice Summit

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Meaningful Movies Port Townsend May Screening: "Salmon Confidential" Last Updated on 2018-04-23 02:46:17 Please join Meaningful Movies Port Townsend on May 14 at 6:30 PM for Salmon Confidential, an investigation of British Columbia’s declining wild salmon population and the possible government cover-up of what is killing them. When biologist Alexandra Morton discovers salmon in BC are testing positive for dangerous European viruses, she finds that rather than alerting the public, the government instead seems more interested in suppressing the findings. Salmon Confidential documents Morton’s journey as she attempts to overcome government and industry roadblocks and works to bring critical information to the public in time to save BC’s wild salmon. The film provides surprising insight into the workings of government agencies, and rare footage of bureaucrats tasked with managing the safety of our fish and food supply. Meaningful Movies Port Townsend is generously... More »
Opening Our Hearts and Homes to Refugees at Our Border Last Updated on 2018-04-23 00:15:56 A caravan of individuals and families is currently making its way toward the southern border of the United States. Hundreds of adults and children are fleeing violence and political repression in their home countries in Central America, especially in Honduras. Many hope to ask for asylum when they reach the U.S. border. The Trump administration's response has been to send the national guard to an already militarized border. But we know that we are all connected and it’s time to have each other’s backs. While hate tries to close our borders, we are opening our hearts and our homes. Join us as we follow We Belong Together and Pueblos Sin Fronteras to say resoundingly: "You are welcome here.” Housing and other support are urgently needed in these areas: Phoenix, AZ; San Francisco, CA; Denver, CO; Boston, MA; Baltimore, MD; Newark, NJ; New York, NY;... More »
Action Alerts and Upcoming Events for Justice: April 20, 2018 Last Updated on 2018-04-19 16:08:48 Action Alerts and Upcoming Events for Justice April 20, 2018 (Download This Edition Here)   Are you a fan of meaningful movies?  Movies for Justice are listed together, beneath the Events section. A new Ongoing Peace Vigils section is listed after Advocacy Alerts.   NEW AND NOTEWORTHY Justice training and issue networking before Portland Regional Assembly – NWuuJN and Washington Voices for Justice are among co-hosts offering a chance to learn, brainstorm, and connect. Free; Registration for Assembly not required. More. Edmonds UUC Challenge to You – Edmonds challenged every member of their congregation to get at least five signatures in support of I-1631, the carbon tax initiative. Now they’re challenging your church to make a similar commitment. Link More. April 24 Political Resistance Concert - Karla Lara, close friend of assassinated... More »
Karla Lara Sings About Resistance, April 24 in Bellingham, Wash. Last Updated on 2018-04-19 15:51:49   Karla Lara sings and speaks resistance. She is a prominent feminist singer and activist from Honduras and was a close friend of assassinated indigenous leader Berta Caceres. Her tour in the United States includes her pianist, Jose Antonio Velasquz Mejia. The evening will be musical and political. Karla says, "We sing about ways of being, about the times, about all of our worlds, and our demand for true justice for our assassinated sisters, and freedom for our political prisoners." Ale Browne Blakely will be our interpreter and will be accompanied by her daughter Femi, also fluent in Spanish. Ale and Femi are also performers and will sing one of their original songs in the program. Tuesday April 24, 7-9 p.m. at Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship, 1207 Ellsworth St.  Bellingham, Wash. Freewill offering will go towards travel expenses of Karla and... More »
Edmonds UU Challenges Other Congregations to Collect I-1631 Signatures (Wash.) Last Updated on 2018-04-19 15:46:30 Attention UU Congregations: Many of you already are involved in the effort to get I-1631 on the ballot so we can have a just energy transition in Washington State. At Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Church we challenged every member to get at least 5 signatures on the signature form they all received as they departed last Sunday. They were inspired by a sermon by Reverend Eric Kaminetzky that roused their commitment.  In the past, EUUC has collected over 2,000 signatures. Let’s get all of our congregations on board and challenge ourselves to collect over 10,000 signatures statewide. If you’d like to sign your congregation up to tally our totals contact More information on the initiative can be found at:     More »