April 18 Forum: Food Waste--Climate Change Contributor #1

A significant percentage of greenhouse gas emissions that come from the food system could be reduced if we stop wasting food. Join Nancy Sagar and Kate Blane as they expound on this topic prior to Earth Day 2021 on April 22.

May 9 Forum:  What Is CBD?--Everything You Need to Know

Join Your CBD Store owner Jackie Parker was she shares the facts and address concerns and questions about this naturally occurring substance.

The Forum is an adult lecture and talk-back program featuring a vast array of topics. Previous Forum topics include SPLOST issues, redistricting in Georgia, global climate change, UUFA solar panels, suicide and its prevention, our UU Transylvanian Heritage, happiness, creativity, and more.

To suggest a Forum topic or speaker, please click here or contact one of the Forum Folks:  David JarrettKaren Solheim, Kate Blane, or Gary Crider.

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April 11 Forum: New Day Rising--Changing White Supremacy Culture

Join UUFA members who attended the recent UUA New Day Rising Conference as they share their thoughts as a result of attending this event, focusing on where UUFA has been (including the 2019 pledge) and where we are going from here in the realm of racial justice. Also, sneak a peek at the new UUFA sign!

March 21:  Art of the UUFA

Come and be amazed by the talent at UUFA! Virtual art display includes photography, painting, pottery, and weaving.

March 14:  Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)--What Is It?

​Catherine Mills from Behaviorial Advantage will speak on the Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and explain its use as a tool in accountability courts to address individuals with serious substance use.

February 21:  The War on Drugs and Systemic Racism

Join Access Point of GA in discussing the many of the harms caused by the "War on Drugs" and how systemic racism continues to thrive under its umbrella.

February 14:  Service Dogs--Hear the Tail!

Join UUFA member Deb Brenner as she shares her vast experiences in training a nine service dogs and answers questions about this specialized area.

January 31:  There's a New Sheriff in Town--John Q. Williams

Join recently elected Sheriff John Q. Williams as he shares his thoughts about the duties of the sheriff, the history of this position, and his vision for what he would like to change and accomplish as sheriff.

January 17:  Meet the New DA--Deborah Gonzalez

As the first Latina to be elected a district attorney in the state, the first woman to serve as a district attorney in the circuit, and the first Puerto Rican woman in the country to be elected a district attorney, Deborah Gonzalez will share the duties of the District Attorney, the history of this position and her winning lawsuit. and her vision for what she would like to accomplish in this position.