Return to Social Justice

Social Justice Program

Justice and Liberation Work
Education, Advocacy, Service, and Witness

For more information on any Social Justice activity at First Unitarian, contact Rev. Kelli Clement.

In this time of COVID, many of our normal group activities are suspended. Monthly e-newsletter and Friday emails include comprehensive updates of SJ programs, events, and upcoming dates. To subscribe to our newsletters click here.

Active VoicesTuesdays at 1:30 pm via Zoom. Help FUS members and friends make the changes we need for a more just and peaceful world. Each week find actionable items that deserve our immediate attention. Bookmark this Google Doc, and check back weekly for new messages.

Urgent Need from MN Food Shelves – Gov. Tim Walz and others tell us that food insecurity is as bad as it has been since the Great Depression. “One in eight Minnesotans is struggling to put food on the table as we face a pandemic and its impact on our economy.” Children are especially vulnerable to food insecurity, as FUS member Carol Koepp reminds us. When children experience the trauma of hunger and economic deprivation, they are also likely to witness an increased level of violence in their homes. Carol volunteers at the VEAP Food Pantry in Bloomington. She encourages all at FUS to donate time and treasure to food shelves in our communities, to get involved at the local level. Find more about Minneapolis Food Shelves here, our local Groveland Food Shelf here, and the Twin Cities Mutual Aid Project here.

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