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Social Action Committee

hands2The Social Action Committee supports and coordinates activities that are relevant to our principles. This year we are focusing Environmental Issues, Immigration, Racial Justice .  Activities vary depending on interests of the congregation.

Social Action Activities:

 

  • Click here to read more on Prop47 followup
  • Social issues film series (Usually First Fridays) 

  • Community Parades (Martin Luther King, Immigration, Gay Pride)

  • Discussion/study groups

  • Drives for food, clothing, etc., packing Thanksgiving Baskets

  • Contribution of Sunday offering once a month to  organizations focusing
    on the issues falling under our greater social action “umbrella”

  • Solar panels for church
  • Climate change

 


Social Action Opportunities
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noonprop8History
Unitarian and Universalist Social Justice work began when the faiths began—hundreds of years ago. It is both impossible and undesirable to separate Unitarian and Universalist history from the social and political movements of the years. When the Unitarians and the Universalists merged in 1961, the resulting Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations (UUA) inherited a proud legacy of social justice activism.

 

The Association has taken positions of social witness, resulting in Statements and Resolutions on a wide variety of topics including:

 

  • Aging

  • Civil Liberties

  • Criminal Justice

  • Economic Justice

  • Immigration

  • Racial Justice

  • Environmental Justice

  • Equal Opportunity

  • Human Rights and Justice

  • International Peace and Conflict

 

View entire list visit of social justice statements @  www.uua.org