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Michigan Unitarian Universalist
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.Who We Are: 
Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network (MUUSJN) is a state-wide network of Unitarian Universalists and our allies who work together for progressive change.

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MUUSJN Interfaith LGBTQ Toolkit 

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Resources for LGBTQ Activists!
Jennifer Teed 
Justice Projects Coordinator
jennifer.a.teed@gmail.com



Click HERE to see MUUSJN's 
Interfaith Challenging Racism Toolkit


Click HERE to get a list of Water as A Human Right bills that were introduced into the 2017 Michigan legislature.  



Jenny Teed, developed a guide for addressing water in worship and made it available to all UU congregations.  Click HERE to review it. 
MUUSJN, in partnership with the Economic Justice Alliance of Michigan, helped get enough signatures to put both these reforms on the ballot.   Conservative Michigan legislators were pressured to ADOPT these proposals as laws in Michigan to keep them off the November 6th ballot.  Now we must defend these reforms when legislators try to water them down during the lame duck session after the election.  

Click HERE for more info. on Michigan's One Fair Wage campaign.
Click HERE for more info. on the Earned Paid Sick Leave campaign.


October 4, 2018 
Clergy/Faith Leader Press Event
Draws 250 People!
    Demands:
1.  End the Shut-offs
2.  Restore Water to Detroit Residents
3.  Adopt a Water Affordability Plan

Click HERE for media coverage.

Nichole Breadon 
Reproductive & Economic
Justice Organizer
breadonn0@gmail.com