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The Northwest UU Justice Network is a growing group of Unitarian Universalists (UUs) who are working to build a more just and sustainable world.  We "do more, more easily and to greater effect" by working together.

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LIGHT A LIGHT FOR LIMA: Commit2Respond Last Updated on 2014-11-26 15:47:51 “To change everything we need everyone.”- Slogan of the People's Climate March NYC 9/2014 You are asked to join an international, interfaith effort to change the course of the impending climate crisis.  World leaders will be meeting in Lima, Peru for a UN Climate Summit from December 1 -12, 2014. There they will establish the fundamentals of an agreement to be signed in Paris in December 2015.  They need to know that people of all faiths and spiritualties are holding them in our thoughts, meditations, and prayers—supporting their efforts to reach an agreement and bearing witness to their decisions.  Time is running out for a meaningful climate crisis agreement. Commit2Respond is joining Our Voices for #LightForLima, a global, multi-faith prayer vigil, at the invitation of endorser group GreenFaith. Each evening from December 1-7, households... More »
On the Indictment Decision in Ferguson -- Rev. Peter Morales Encourages UUs to Stand Witness for Justice in Our Communities Last Updated on 2014-11-25 15:17:36 The Rev. Peter Morales, president of the Unitarian Universalist Association, released a statement yesterday (November 24, 2014) reflecting on the indictment decision in Ferguson, MO. His statement begins where many of us find ourselves: “Our fear that justice will not be served is now a reality. Regardless of the reasons why a grand jury decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, people are angry, frustrated, and outraged. We still have questions unanswered. We still seek justice." Rev. Morales reminds us that “There are vigils and witness events taking place around the country.” He encourages us “to witness for justice in your community.” In support, his online statement links to support resources available at Standing on the Side of Love. He also reminds us that “At the UUA's 2013 General Assembly,... More »
Benefits of Becoming a Member of the Justice Network Last Updated on 2014-11-21 18:16:29 "Nope... we don't give you a coffee mug, or even give you a discount on our annual conference. Instead, we do everything we can to support you, so that  YOU can: do more, more easily to greater effect to build a better world (AND.. do it as a UU <and with all your non-UU allies, too!)" Once you are a member of the Network you can: Get the word out about your justice work (and learn about the work of others) contribute to and receive the Network's Alerts & Events emails. contribute news or issue information to be posted to this website, Facebook, and more. ask that a special alert be sent to folks who share you justice concerns. receive training, if you like, in how you can also post directly to or edit a website topic or FaceBook page. Don't worry, we have staff to do the posting for you, if that's not your thing. Share and... More »
Using the Network - Tips for Connecting with Others to Gain More Traction on Your Justice Issues Last Updated on 2014-11-21 17:49:31 It's Easy to Amplify Your Voice through the Network! Tips for Connecting with Others, Sharing your Justice Work, & Finding Others Doing Similar Justice Work The NW UU Justice Network provides tools that help you, our network participants, find each other, take action and have greater impact on the areas of justice that speak to you. Here are a few things you can do through the Network to amplify your voice: Submit your event or alert to the Calendar. Click the "PUBLICIZE your event" button on our home page at www.NWuuJN.org. Then simply fill out the form with your info. This automatically places your event in the next "Alerts & Events" email! (Tip: if you are writing a "news" article for our site or yours, go ahead and write that first, so that you have the URL for the calendar form. If you have a flier, upload it to your article, or send it... More »
Our Shared Responsibility: Totem Pole Journey Dec. 4, 2014 Last Updated on 2014-11-19 19:55:39 And the Journey Continues . . . Our Shared Responsibility: the Lands, the Waters, the Peoples Totem Pole Journey 2014 December 4, 2014 Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship 7:00 pm Join us as Lummi Elder and Master Carver of the House of Tears carver Jewell James and other Journey crew members share with us their successes as they traveled bringing the message of our shared responsibility towards this Earth and each other. Hear stories from Dakota territory, Montana, Washington and British Columbia and Alberta Provinces in Canada. Witness, through the photography of James Leder, the videos of Fred Lane and the oral narratives of Elder James and others, about the coming together of Native and non-­‐Native communities in a common goal for a common purpose to educate and motive all of us to reject the fossil fuel industry's destruction of the land, the water, the air and the... More »