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Escalating Inequality or Opportunity for All?

Conference sponsored by UUs for a Just Economic Community (UUJEC)

Saturday, May 9, 2015, Registration 9:30, Program starts at 10:00 AM
New UUA Headquarters at 24 Farnsworth Street, Boston, Massachussetts

Held at the new UUA headquarters at 24 Farnsworth Street in Boston, a few steps from the Silver Line's Courthouse stop.  Anyone who needs a handicapped spot can park in street by the front door. All others should either find metered parking or park in the garage across the street. There is also a lot on the corner of Farnsworth.

Come learn from fellow activists ways to engage your congregation to End Income Inequality and how to begin work on the new UUA Study / Action Issue.

Keynote Speakers


Chuck Collins of the Institute for Policy Studies



Bertha Lewis, founder and President of The Black Institute, former CEO of ACORN


Dr. Charles Derber, Professor of Sociology at Boston College and prolific writer.


 Rev. Kelly Weisman Asprooth-Jackson
Minister - First Parish Church, Unitarian Universalist - Beverly, MA

Performance art!

Ant Thomas will help us get our groove on!


Workshop with “Ted Talks" on wage issues, money in politics, and racial justice.

It's not enough that we discuss problems, we have solutions, too.  State Action Network leaders will discuss how you can make justice happen in your state.


Conference Fee 

$20 / person.  The fee includes conference materials and light lunch.  Optional dinner at nearby restaurant afterwards with separate checks.

Scholarships and Travel reimbursements 

available for those with low and fixed income.   Apply by checking the box when filling out the registration.


Income Inequality Conference Travel Information
May 9, 2015

Held at the new UUA headquarters at 24 Farnsworth Street in Boston, a few steps from the Silver Line's Courthouse stop.


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