• Author Talk with Chuck Collins – Born on Third Base

    On Dec. 13 join UUSJ and Chuck Collins, a UU and expert on US economic inequality, at the Potter’s House for a book discussion and signing.

    UUSJ Advocacy Training

    On Dec. 10, UUSJ will facilitate an Advocacy Training at Mount Vernon Unitarian Church. Participants will learn how to be an effective advocate and will have a chance to role-play an advocacy meeting.

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Another video in our series is up on Youtube! We are featuring Catherine Scott, a founder of Cedar Lane UU Church in Bethsda, MD, and a member there for more than 60 years. She has been involved in social justice activities since her early days. Now, well into her nineties, she is still involved in her church and UUSJ.

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  • What Is The Matter With Inequality? by Adam Wasserman UU Congregation Fairfax adam-wasserman-headshot

    This is an edited version of a guest sermon delivered at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Montgomery, Alabama, on March 1, 2015.

    F. Scott Fitzgerald, the great novelist, is probably our country’s most acute observer of the rich. You may have heard one of his frequently quoted statements–“the very rich are different from you and me.”  It’s from a short story called “The Rich Boy” that was published in 1926. Let me read the entire passage:

    “Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me… They think, deep in their hearts, that they are better than ...

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