Social Justice

Affirming the inherent worth of each person, our mutual interdependency, and our responsibility to help co-create a world in which every person has the opportunity to live to their full potential, social justice as a direct expression of our Unitarian Universalist faith. To the right you will find links to wizdUUm resources on issues of social justice, under seven broad categories.  As always, you are invited to contribute to our collection.

[UUA on Social Justice] [Standing on the Side of Love] [UU Service Committee]

Sermons on Social Justice

If Not Church, Then Where?

This is a sermon that I gave at Emerson Unitarian Universalist Church, Canoga Park, Los Angeles, California on August 13, 2017.

wizdUUm Blogs on Social Justice

No Time to Lose: A Dharma Response to Climate Change Part 2: Jack Kornfeld

No Time to Lose: A Dharma Response to Climate Change Part 2: Jack Kornfeld
This is the second post of notes from the Livestream event held on September 15th, a fundraiser for OneEarthSangha.org and in anticipation of the Climate Strike, led by students, to be held September 20, 2019.

Sunday, September 15, I attended No Time to Lose: A Dharma Response to Climate Change held at Spirit Rock, and to my gratitude, Livestreamed. As it was an all day event, I took notes from numerous speakers. I will post them over the next few days so that each person's words will have space to be digested.

The following are my notes of Jack Kornfeld's talk. The words and ideas are from him, which, once again, makes for an odd blog post.

Forum Activity

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Acknowledgments

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