The Northwest UU Justice Network is a growing group of Unitarian Universalists (UUs) and like-minded justice allies who are working to build a more just and sustainable world. We "do more, more easily and to greater effect" by working together.
Find the latest Events & Alerts -here. Then get involved through the links, below.
After Paris, the world is waking up to the Climate crisis.
Organizers on every continent are planning a global wave of mass actions in May, 2016, to confront the fossil fuel...
Quick Reference Guide: Who to Contact? (Winter '16)Last Updated on 2016-04-27 00:17:11
Here is your quick reference guide for getting things done this Winter (2016)
Learn about or register for the Justice Summit - Click here.
Become a member – Sign up here. Want more info? Contact DD Hilke.
Publicize an Event – To post it on our calendar, submit your info here. (To post it on our website as a New article and have it featured on our homepage, see the next bullet)
Get something posted to the Network sites: Follow these guidelines THEN contact James Lawrence.
Send out a Targeted Alert: Follow these guidelines THEN Contact James Lawrence.
Make a last minute submission to Alerts & Events: ok..you really shouldn’t, but Diane Brooks might or might not be receptive to your request. You can always try.
Join a group. Start a new group or get help with a group: Contact DD Hilke.
Contribute your time or talent: Contact DD... More »
Justice Network Seeks Issue-Network Program ManagerLast Updated on 2016-04-25 16:13:27This is a part-time, contract position seeking candidates who can begin work in July, 2016, pending availability of funding. Significant opportunities for advancement.
The NW UU Justice Network (NWuuJN, the Network) provides program, website, social media, database, networking and other support services to Unitarian Universalists (UUs) and their allies who are engaged in social, environmental and/or economic justice work. The Network’s essential purpose is to powerfully and contagiously connect justice-seeking people, information, events, advocacy, service, and ministry so that UUs and their allies can “do more, more easily, to greater effect to build a better world.”
The Northwest UU Justice Network currently supports UUs working on more than 50 justice issues. NWuuJN serves these participants whether they are working for justice as individuals, through... More »
We Are Hiring! Might this be you?Last Updated on 2016-04-22 19:43:17WANTED: A LITTLE BIT OF YOUR TIME
EVERY DAY OR TWO
Wish you were closer to what’s happening in UU Justice work in the Pacific Northwest? Able to fill in an online form? Familiar with FaceBook posting? Have 1-3 hours a week? Want to learn a few more tricks? YES?
The Northwest UU Justice Network is Hiring
Then YOU might qualify as our next web-publishing staffer.
This work is NOT super technical (no html required), and it’s all “do it from home” as a contractor. You’ll check for new work daily and get it done in 48 hours. Average job takes 20 minutes to half an hour. Colleagues will step up when you need time off.
Inquiries to: DD Hilke, NWuuJN.Exec@gmail.com. $12/hr plus great colleagues.
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You Can Help Corvallis UU Host Unitarian Refugee from BurundiLast Updated on 2016-04-22 17:15:26Have you heard? Our UU Congregation in Corvallis, Oregon is hosting a Unitarian refugee from Burundi, Blaise Ntakarutimana. He will depend on us for everything for at least another year, as he is in the process of seeking asylum. He is interested and willing to visit congregations, to tell the beautiful story of the Unitarians in Burundi and the tragic story of civil unrest there. Please contact me at our fellowship, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you'd like to know more, or invite him, or help us support him.
Jill McAllister, UU Fellowship of Corvallis, Oregon
Thank UUA for Divestment Decision Relating to Occupied TerritoriesLast Updated on 2016-04-22 14:01:46Unitarian Universalists for Justice in the Middle East (UUJME) sent out the following announcement about the deliberations of the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Socially Responsible Investment Committee. Please take a look and join the effort to thank the UUA for making this decision … and in the process bolster the UUA against pressures to reverse this decision.
As UUs, let’s thank the UUA for their divestment decision!
The UUA has taken an important and valuable step in divesting from four corporations that are deeply and directly involved in maintaining the occupation of Palestinian territories: Caterpillar, Motorola Solutions, HP Inc., and Hewlett Packard... More »
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