Courage for Racial Justice, Courage for Collective Liberation workshop w Chris Crass in Louisville KY
February 17, 2018
Unitarian Universalist and Social Justice Facilitator, Chris Crass will offer a one day workshop entitled "Courage for Racial Justice, Courage for Collective Liberation." Workshop will begin with brief worship and include small and large group discussions, storytelling from preselected congregations, theological reflection, and participatory exercise. Concluding segment will focus on "What are you bringing back to your congregation?" and "How will you be accountable for y...
Members of Berrien UU Fellowship in St. Joseph Michigan regularly volunteer at the Soup Kitchen in Benton Harbor. It's a multigenerational activity with ages ranging from 11 to 90.
Third Unitarian Church (Chicago) is continuing to partner with the Central Austin Neighborhood Association to address issues of low police responsiveness across the city's predominantly African-American West Side, and we provide material support for CANA in their ACLU-backed lawsuit against the City of Chicago. We're also working with the Austin office of Chicagoans Concerned About Foreclosures and Evictions, as they now use TUC (along with some TUC'ers) as a base for canvassing to alert our neighboring residents as to steps they can take to protect their homes against foreclosures, hasty evictions and predatory lending practices.
Lastly, Third continues its four-decade practice this spring of awarding scholarships to qualifying college-bound residents of Austin in our 38th Annual Austin Scholarship ceremony on Sunday, June 3, 2012.