Author: Quinn Kuroiwa

Let’s Talk About The Green New Deal

March 28, 2020   9 am to 1 pm with lunch provided.
Edmonds Library Plaza Room
650 Main St., Edmonds, WA 98020

This workshop, sponsored by Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Congregation, League of Women Voters of Snohomish County, Sno-Isle Sierra Club, and Interfaith Climate Action, will provide a hopeful alternative … read more.

Older Adult (50+) OWL at East Shore Unitarian Church

A holistic sexuality education curriculum for older adults (Ages 50+). Comprehensive and progressive, this program addresses sexuality with sensitivity and respect for older adults’ wisdom and life experience. This program models and fosters caring, compassion, respect, and justice. It balances knowledge-building with exploration of attitudes, … read more.

Pod Lunches, Dinners and Teas!

Our annual funding campaign is launching this week and it’s coordinated with the roll out of geographic neighborhood groups called Pods. We’re going to foster our mission by gathering together and nurturing our spirits.

If you haven’t heard about Pods until now and are interested in … read more.

2020 UUA General Assembly

Unitarian Universalist General Assembly is around the corner! This year it will be taking place in Providence, Rhode Island from June 24th to June 28th.

For more information about this incredible experience, visit the official UUA site at:


If you would like to register, … read more.

Interesting Meetings/Workshops

Native American Workshop “Challenges Facing Native American Communities and How to be Allies”
(Some Racial Justice Committee members will be attending)
April 6th – 12:00 to 4:00

Hosted by the Eastshore Unitarian Church


STEP-UP: Moving Racial Equity Forward Conference
(Some Racial Justice Committee members will be attending)
… read more.

Joint Projects Update

The following are some community updates concerning the RJC’s joint projects:


A4W and RJC are working together to raise money to buy cosmetics and hair products for women of color during the month of May to be donated to Pathways for Women. Stay tuned for details.

A4W … read more.

Three Part Movie Series

Over the next three months, Everett and Sno-King Meaningful Movies, along with the North Puget Sound Conference on Race (see below) and the Communities of Color Coalition, will be presenting a three-part, critically acclaimed “docu-series” entitled Elementary Genocide. This series, by award-winning journalist/filmmaker Rahiem Shabazz, … read more.