For a listing of all Justice events, activities,
and opportunities for service through UUFA,
Social Action and Social Justice
We seek to transform the world into the ‘Beloved Community’ that Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King and others spoke about. Sometimes that means doing Social Action, usually an immediate response to suffering or need in a community. Helping stock the local food bank or making donations to a homeless shelter are just two ways we act to alleviate economic and other societal injustices. Sometimes it means doing Social Justice, the more difficult work of changing systemic problems that create the need for social action services. Working to change laws that discriminate or seeking fair and livable wages for all employees are just two ways we work to create a more fair and just society. Within our website you’ll see many opportunities for you to act for justice and live out your values.
Four groups at our Fellowship are specifically concerned with Social Action and Social Justice work.
Click on each for further information.