Category Archives: immigration

The Road to Justice

This past weekend, Youth Advisor Lauren Eaton and I took eleven of our senior high youth to Tijuana, Mexico for an immigration justice service/learning trip and border tour.  It was transformational to say the least.  Our goal was to give … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Church on the Cutting Edge

This Sunday afternoon, October 27, we are partnering with a fledgling non-profit called Friends of Adelanto, to make an educational presentation about the human rights violations that immigrant detainees are subject to in our country.  This is a cutting edge issue … Continue reading

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Volunteerism and Social Justice

I just read an interesting blog about why churches find it difficult to attract volunteers.  (click HERE to read). One of the most important ways I changed the Social Justice program when I arrived here six years ago was to … Continue reading

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Justice General Assembly Reflections

by Sara LaWall, NUUC Director of Religious Education GA is our annual assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations. This year, for the first time, it was focused entirely on issues of Justice with special attention to immigration and … Continue reading

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