With the coal trains possibly headed through Edmonds and environmental threats across the country, the Peace & Justice Committee is actively keeping people informed of how they can help make a difference. Read about curent work on climate change and the environment.
Since the Supreme Court ruling on Citizens' United, the Peace and Justice Committee has been informing people about how to get involved to help get money out of politics. Read more on getting money out of politics.
Immigration rights are another important area of concern that the Peace & Justice Committee has worked on in the past. Learn more about immigration rights.
We join Americans in saying enough is enough! Too many people are killed, injured, and impacted by experiencing gun violence. Read about the events that we are sponsoring on Reducing Gun Violence - A Moral Imperative on April 7 and April 9.
Visit http://faithscalling.org for the number you need and call your Senators and Representative April 9 to insist that they act to prevent gun violence! Ensure that the voices of faithful Americans ring throughout the halls of Congress. Demand Congress enact universal background checks – or bans on semi-automatic assault weapons & high-capacity magazines, gun trafficking, and improving access to mental health services.
Participate in the National Dialogue on Mental Health at http://www.mentalhealth.gov
*This information comes to us from the UU Social Justice Bulletin, a publication of UUA Multicultural Growth & Witness - April 2013 Edition.*
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