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Advocacy


Members of the UUSJ Advocacy Corps
delivered letters to Senator Cardin.

The UUSJ Advocacy Corps makes regular visits to Members of Congress and their staff on priority issues of immigration, climate change and the environment, and escalating income inequality, among other UU issues. Join the UUSJ Advocacy Corps and help make the UU voice heard on Capitol Hill!

Learn more about the UUSJ Advocacy Corps during one of our upcoming Information Sessions on Saturday, February 3 or Sunday, February 11.

Commentary

  • “Why I Went to the GA” By Hal Fuller, UU Congregation of Fairfax November 30, 2017

    At the memorial service for Hal Fuller, long-time UUSJ leader, previous Board Co-chair, and member of the UU Congregation of Fairfax, his daughter read his powerful “Why I Went to the GA” essay, which reflects his upbringing in New Mexico. His words then deserve our careful attention now, as our nation continues to wrestle with social and racial justice issues.

    This year the Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly was held in Phoenix. The purpose of this “Justice GA” was to show support for UU congregations in Arizona and solidarity with undocumented immigrants in their struggle with the effect of repressive legislation.

    These ...