January 1, 2016 was the beginning of MUUSJN's new membership year. It's not too late to start or renew your membership in our dynamic justice network.
Memberships and/or gifts from individuals and congregations are urgently needed to sustain our work to empower UUs and our progressive allies from many faith groups to make sure their voices are heard when we stand up for LGBTQ rights, reproductive justice, low-income families, racial justice, prison reform, gun violence prevention and more!
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Sen. Casperson's bill would ban transgender students from using school restrooms that match their gender identity. This violates the value of treating LGBTQ students with dignity. Don't legislators have better things to do in Lansing?!
Police Killings of Black Men In Baton Rouge, LA and Minnesota and Revenge Slaughter of Five Cops in Dallas Again Open Wounds of Racism in America
For more information, click HERE to see MUUSJN alert on these tragedies.
Click HERE to get more perspective from the UU Service Committee on this crisis and learn are 7 things we can do to support people of color and promote peace. MUUSJN, with grants from the UU Funding Program and the Buck Dinner, is working with people of faith to challenge racism in Michigan and to develop an interfaith Challenging Racism Toolkit.
Alton Sterling, 37, shot on 7/5/16 while selling music CD's in Baton Rouge
Philando Castile, 32, shot 7/6/16 after traffic stop near St. Paul, MN
Dallas Police Chief David Brown reports on bravery of cops in face of revenge slaughter of five police