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Healthcare Justice Video Curriculum

UUJEC is Unitarian-Universalists for a Just Economic Community, founded in 1989 to “engage, educate, and activate UU individuals and congregations, social justice groups, and community partners to fulfill our vision of positive systemic change.”  This Healthcare Justice Workshop Series promotes several UU principals. The videos promote “the inherent worth and dignity of every person,” show ways toward “justice, equity and compassion in human relations”, and move us closer to “the goal of world community with peace, liberty and justice for all.”

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Corruption of Democracy Video Curriculum

 UUJEC is Unitarian-Universalists for a Just Economic Community, founded in 1989 to “engage, educate, and activate UU individuals and congregations, social justice groups, and community partners to fulfill our vision of positive systemic change”. UUJEC led the campaign for passage of the Congregational Study Action Issue (CSAI) on “Escalating Inequality” in 2014 and UUJEC endorsed this new CSAI, The Corruption of Democracy in 2016. Every two years one of five proposed CSAIs is voted in for “four years of study, reflection, and action” by UU congregations throughout the United States.

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Escalating Inequality Video Curriculum 

UUJEC is Unitarian-Universalists for a Just Economic Community, founded in 1989 to “engage, educate, and activate UU individuals and congregations, social justice groups, and community partners to fulfill our vision of positive systemic change”. UUJEC led the campaign for passage of the Congregational Study Action Issue (CSAI) on “Escalating Inequality” at the 2014 UUA Annual General Assembly in Providence, RI. Every two years one of five proposed CSAIs is voted in for “four years of study, reflection, and action” by UU congregations throughout the United States. See the Study Guide Summary page for brief descriptions of key concepts of this study guide to the CSAI.  

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