“A Tradition of Social Justice Work: People’s Past and Present”  Jill McAllister and the Social Justice Coordinating Committee

The central values of Unitarian Universalism—freedom, reason, embracing diversity, and affirming the worth and dignity of every person—must be lived in order to be real.  Truly living these values compels us to work for justice. People’s people have been living in this way for close to 150 years; we have much to be proud of, and we are still called to this work, in this world, everyday.  Jill and the SJCC will tell stories of how we have lived up to our ideals, and the impact we continue to make, to strengthen us for the continuing work of creating more justice and more peace.

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