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The Fifth Principle

Environmental and Social Justice Blog (Image by Ellen Rockett, from UUA website) Election Day – November 3, 2020 The 5th Principle of Unitarian Universalism is the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society...

Complexity and Harmony

Environmental and Social Justice Blog Racial Healing “I believe this is a time when healing can actually take place.” Rev. Audre King On August 26, the Page County Public Forum presented an online webinar “Racial Healing—Making our Community Stronger through Racial...

Crises and Inspiration

Environmental and Social Justice Blog Amid Twin Crises, Two Milestones for Clean Energy and Climate Justice In the midst of both health and social crises, how might we assess our progress toward greater climate justice and a clean energy economy? We have needed to...

Social Justice

Environmental and Social Justice Blog The ESJ Committee salutes longtime UUBRidge member Ira Chaleff for his years of leadership in community healing and racial reconciliation as co-chair of the Northern Shenandoah Chapter of Coming to the Table (CTTT), located...