Northwest UU Justice Network

UUA Pushes Activism on Immigration, Voting, Social Justice and Book-Reading



Resist the Criminalization of People Who Migrate

At General Assembly in Kansas City, MO, Unitarian Universalists overwhelmingly voted to adopt an Action of Immediate Witness calling for the abolition of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and an end to family separation and the detention of asylum seekers. Learn what you and your congregation can do to end family separation and #AbolishICE.


Mobilize for Democracy this Election Season

There are so many ways to live out Unitarian Universalist values in this election season and the stakes could not be higher. If you or your congregation are supporting democracy at this time, please let us know about it. We will share our resources and timely updates with you.

Funds are still available from the Fund for UU Social Responsibility for your 2018 Get Out The Vote projects. The application deadline is rolling and ends November 1, 2018. Grants will be available until the fund is depleted. Learn more from the UU Funding Program.


Make a Difference in the Lives of Others


Are you interested in lending your skills to leave a meaningful impact with a UU College of Social Justice partner organization while strengthening your personal faith through justice work? Sign up on our website and you can be among the first to know when new volunteer opportunities arise throughout the year.

The Church of the Larger Fellowship (CLF) now includes 870 members who are incarcerated. Of these, 286 have Unitarian Universalist pen pals on the outside who write each other about once a month. What about you? Would you like to become a UU pen pal to a CLF incarcerated member?


Must-Reads For These Times


The 2018-2019 UU Common Read selection, "Justice on Earth: People of Faith Working at the Intersections of Race, Class, and Environment," shows how environmental justice, racial justice, and economic justice are not competing issues, but intertwined. Justice on Earth is a 2018 Skinner House book edited by Manish Mishra-Marzetti and Jennifer Nordstrom.


Learn more about the UU Common Read











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