These five CSAIs were selected by the congregations via the Congregational Poll to be on the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) General Assembly (GA) Final Agenda. Delegates at GA 2014 will vote to select one to be the 2014-2018 CSAI.
Empowerment: Age and Ability Reconsidered
Ending the War on Terror
Gun Violence: A Public Health Issue
Renewing and Securing Our American Democracy
In Between gives voice to the unspoken story of those Afro-Americans who were among the first to bring racial diversity to their neighborhood, school, church or workplace, to the increasing number of partners in interracial relationships and to those blessed with and yet struggling to raise multiracial children in a polarized world.
This six session curriculum outlines distinctions between reproductive “health”, “rights” and “justice”; opens awareness of reproductive oppressions; offers opportunities to learn about ourselves and each other as sexual and reproductive beings; and equips us to move forward, out into the world, with integrity and vision.
The Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth Young Adult Environmental Justice Network began in 2012 and was so well received that we developed a vision for expanding the network in 2013. In support of this vision, The Fund for Unitarian Universalism has awarded UU Ministry for Earth a grant of $6,200 to cover part of the 2013 budget for the network.
Hal Fuller is a member of the UU Congregation of Fairfax, Virginia. He is a founder and co-chair of “UUs for Social Justice in the National Capital Region” Hal recently facilitated and participated in “Building the World We Dream About,” a Unitarian Universalist Association program offered at UUCF that “seeks to interrupt the workings of racism and transform how people from different racial/ethnic groups understand and relate to one another.”
This allows OpenDoor to make short-term, low interest loans to tenant associations and nonprofit and for profit local affordable housing providers, preserving affordable housing, preventing foreclosure and financing “green housing. When these projects are completed and sold or rented, OpenDoor’s loans are repaid and the money is available to be loaned out again.