Category Archives: Social Justice

Don’t miss this family event!

Everyone knows what is happening to immigrant children under the “protection” of the United States government. The Nazis told families that their children were being taken for a bath, but they were murdered. Eerily, we’re telling the same lie and … Continue reading

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It’s easy today to feel powerless—or worse—hopeless with the incredible information and bad news coming at us.       Instead of feeling that way, we should think, “And millions of people are working to make this a better place.” … Continue reading

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We can’t let up now

Big news: We’re hitting the road! This summer, we’re piling on a bus and making stops across America to get young people educated, registered, and motivated to vote. We call it March For Our Lives: Road to Change. Our first … Continue reading

Posted in March For Our Lives

Think about Jimmy

When parents put hungry kids to bed, there’s also an element of unfairness and a feeling of failure and sadness. That weight on their shoulders must be crushing. But, you can help put a dent in this challenge as we support the Virginia … Continue reading

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Powerful days are coming

Forty days and forty nights of rain were nothing to what Rev. Dr. William Barber has in store. Along with Rev. Dr. Theoharis, Rev. Barber will begin the new Poor People’s Campaign ( tomorrow in 30 state capitols for 40 days. … Continue reading

Posted in Poor People's Campaign, Social Justice

Not everyone can go

We’ve all gotten the memo about Saturday’s March for Our Lives. Washington will come alive with thousands of people of all ages demonstrating against a curse that affects the well being of our kids. Another fact More than 800 sibling … Continue reading

Posted in 2018 Marches, March For Our Lives

No one could have known

When a small group in Hampton began holding regular meetings 60 years ago they had no idea what the future held. What they did know was that the world could be better. So they formalized their relationship with the American Unitarian Association … Continue reading

Posted in Black Lives Matter of Unitarian Universalism, March For Our Lives, Social Justice