Wednesday, February 20, 2019 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Susan B. Anthony room
Is our congregation committed to justice, and looking for ways to deepen that work in the world? Join UUSC Senior Grassroots Organizer Hannah Hafter to discuss effective models of congregational social justice organizing, and hear an inspiring example of a partnership between a North Carolina UU congregation and a local immigrant justice organization. Whether your focus is on immigrant rights, racial justice, voter suppression, economic justice, or something else, the tools and strategies offered here will help you take your congregation's justice work to the next level. Speakers: Hannah Hafter, UUSC; Allison Mahaley, Love Resists and UU Congregation of Hillsborough, NC; and Marco Cervantes, Apoyo
 
 

Summary

Is our congregation committed to justice, and looking for ways to deepen that work in the world? Join UUSC Senior Grassroots Organizer Hannah Hafter to discuss effective models of congregational social justice organizing, and hear an inspiring example of a partnership between a North Carolina UU congregation and a local immigrant justice organization. Whether your focus is on immigrant rights, racial justice, voter suppression, economic justice, or something else, the tools and strategies offered here will help you take your congregation's justice work to the next level. Speakers: Hannah Hafter, UUSC; Allison Mahaley, Love Resists and UU Congregation of Hillsborough, NC; and Marco Cervantes, Apoyo