Below please find a list of events. For a list of events specific to your area, please visit your chapter under the “In Your Community” tab. Click here for a calendar of events.
Looking for showings of the film, Thirsty for Justice? Click here for our calendar of events and look for Screening: Thirsty for Justice Film.
On Wednesday, October 8th at 1pm, the Environmental Justice Coalition for Water will host a free webinar to learn about the good, the bad, and the ugly of the 7.5-billion-dollar Water Bond that will appear before California voters on the November 2014 ballot. The Community Water Center, Winnemem Wintu Tribe, Southern California Watershed Alliance, and Restore the Delta, will present a variety of environmental and tribal justice perspectives on the Water Quality, Supply and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014 (a.k.a. the Water Bond).
Please join UUs from across the state and beyond for the fourth annual Walking the Walk Justice Summit. This year's event features Joanna Macy and Rev. Deb Holder and will be held Friday Nov. 14 through Sunday Nov. 16 at the NatureBridge Conference Center in Sausalito. Click here for more information!
The UUJMCA Immigrant Justice Action Team is pleased to announce that the Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry of California sponsors UU Border Trips. These trips run from Friday to Monday and give participants a grounded and real understanding of border issues in this day and age. Watch this space for the next trip, an opportunity to explore justice issues first-hand through this powerful experience.
We are pleased to announce that we are bringing back the farmworker reality justice trip. This day-long visit with migrant workers helps UUs understand what life is really like for migrant workers on a farm in the central coast.
Click here to learn more and register!
Sorry, it's full! Look for Farmworker Reality Justice Day next year.
Whatever happened to UULM? Do you still do legislative stuff? Why did you change your name? You may have heard these questions and more. Following the strategic planning process and appreciative inquiry sessions in 2013, the legislative ministry became the justice ministry -- reflecting the multi-dimensional ministry we had been running for many years.