Social Action News
What’s new in social action in EUU – including in the fellowships.
by Laura Stahnke
Image credit Gwendolyn Stansbury
This year, one of our donations will go to a refugee couple and their two children from Rwanda who are planning to emigrate to Canada. For their safety, we will name them “Jean Paul” and “Anne.” Jean Paul first met … read more.
By Beth O’Connell
IWC vice president and UUFP member
As a global organization focused on empowering women and girls, the International Convocation of Unitarian Universalist Women, or IWC, became aware of the unique challenges facing women in this COVID-19 pandemic.
The impact of the health … read more.
By Johanna Houkes
Gray clouds covered the sky in Mainz, Germany, on Saturday, June 6th. A few members of UU Rhein-Main got together, maintaining social distance and wearing masks but smiling at each other nonetheless. Seeing people in person again was wonderful after multiple weeks of quarantine. … read more.
by Sheryl Abrahams, June 10, 2020
Sheryl is a former member of the EUU fellowship in Brussels.
In May 1966, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King delivered the Ware Lecture at the General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). His title … read more.
by Adrienne Brayman
Echoing the protests that we’ve witnessed the past few weeks spreading around the US and indeed the world, on Sunday, June 7, there was a Black Lives Matter protest in Brussels. Allowing it to go ahead was a bit controversial, as gatherings such … read more.
EUU Social Action is pleased to offer an 8-week virtual discussion group about ethnic justice. We will begin with inclusively examining what it means to be White and then take action based on our insights.
Join us for moderated conversations about white privilege, using the book,: … read more.
We’re announcing two things.
PLANT A SUNFLOWER
The first, as we couldn’t have our flower communion at the EUU Retreat, we’re asking you all to plant a sunflower (if you can get the seeds) and to share a picture of it when it comes into bloom … read more.
If you happen to be a United States citizen as well as being a member or friend of EUU, we hope you know how easy it is for everyone to vote from abroad.
Many of you have already voted in your state’s presidential primary (or have … read more.