Author: Cindy Creager
Ancestral Waters by Native Daily Network
Film Screening & Discussion
Wednesday, April 14
5:30pm PT / 8:30pm ET Film
7pm PT / 10pm ET Discussion
You are invited to an online screening of Native Daily Network’s film Ancestral Waters for the Unitarian Universalist (UU) community!
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Did you know that EUUC has bylaws and a policy which outline how we might, as a congregation, take stands on issues we find morally imperative? There are specific procedures about how to introduce a stand, plus 90 days of education, and a secret vote … read more.
It is very important that every vote is counted in this election, and we need officials to know we are counting on them to Commit to Uphold Democracy. Also, we are counting on media to investigate and report with facts and integrity.
We have made it … read more.
Here is a great project to remind our community how important our democracy is. Enlist your kids and grandkids, too!
Put up 5-10 simple posters with handwritten democracy slogans in your neighborhood and other public places.* This activity for all ages will help prime the pump for … read more.
We have heard our congregation’s desire to support Washingtonians during this pandemic and its economic fallout. For the next few months, we will direct the Sunday offering to organizations playing a vital role in COVID-19 relief in our area. We will periodically assess which organizations … read more.
April 22 is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Normally that would mean gathering together in cities across the country to demand climate justice with a series of marches, rallies, art builds, actions, and trainings. This year, however, we will mobilize for climate justice online!
This … read more.
From the Field Director of Yes on 1631, the initiative for clean energy and jobs:
We always knew this election was going to be close. All indications say every vote is going to matter.
Now that we’ve been inundated by Oil Industry ads for months many of you … read more.
We’re 18 days away from a historic election! In Snohomish County and around Washington State, there are thousands of voters who are confused by big oil’s attack ads but will support Initiative 1631 when they hear the facts from a volunteer. IF we can talk … read more.