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Your Donation Can Help the Network Bloom Last Updated on 2016-12-07 13:39:26 Help the Northwest UU Justice Network Bloom Donating is Easy           Click here to use a check. Help the Northwest UU Justice Network Bloom Pick your favorite reason from our bouquet. It’s the season of renewal and I want our Network to bloom! My tax refund just arrived and I’d like to put it to good use and use it for good. I’m on board with NWuuJN’s theme of “doing more, more easily, to greater effect” in my justice work. I’d like to honor a friend’s birthday with a gift to NWuuJN. “Pay it forward” works for me. I realize that it take money to keep the organization doing its good work, and I want to support it. NWuuJN is on my donation list just because it feels right. Click here to use a check. Help the Northwest UU Justice Network Bloom Thank you... More »
Up Date on Visitation Program at NW Detention Center Last Updated on 2013-04-03 20:15:20   The NWuuJN has many tools to foster social justice work.  We, as Unitarians with an interest in immigration, used these tools to focus and direct our immigration work.  The outcome is that we are up and running with a volunteer visitation program at the Northwest Detention Center.  Here is a little overview as to how this came about. At the first Justice Summit the Northwest UU Justice Network identified immigration as a social justice issue Unitarians wanted to work on.  Throughout the next year a listening campaign identified possible leaders and areas of interest regarding immigration.  Last May the Immigration Conveners facilitated a meeting on immigration. Several dedicated and hardworking immigration Unitarian social activists advocated for Visitation Program at the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma.  The need for this program is... More »