The Racial Justice Committee (RJC) meets the 3rd Sunday of every month from 1:30 to 3 by Zoom. If you would like a Zoom invitation to the meeting, please contact Ginger Alonzo.
The RJC offers book study groups, opportunities to support the BIPOC community through action and giving, and information about pertinent legislative/legal actions to be aware of, and opportunities for learning and reflection. You can subscribe to the Racial Justice list. Note that this list is used only occasionally for special bulletins. For regular updates on actions and activities from Racial Justice read This Week at EUUC.
Racial Justice News
- Putting Our Congregational Stands into Action February 8, 2021Did 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 that must be above 75% in order to enact the ...Read More
- What’s happening in the Lobby Room? Party Feb. 15 and prizes! February 7, 2021The Lobby Room is one way that EUUC puts Faith into Action. The Lobby Room group has reviewed 2021 bills, especially those recommended by our allies working for Climate Justice, Racial Justice, and for Women and Families. We’ve selected 12 bills to focus on this year. If you want to review those bills, get some ...Read More
- The Lobby Room Returns – Info Party Jan. 18! January 2, 2021Many challenges await the 2021 state legislature’s 105-day budget session, which starts January 11. The budget deficit looms large. Pandemic restrictions will slow progress. So, we must inform our legislators about our priorities – early and often! Join our Legislative Action Zoom Party Join us Monday, Jan 18, 7-8:30 pm for our first Legislative Action party! Email ...Read More
- We consider the adoption of the Eighth Principle November 17, 2020We, the member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association, covenant to affirm and promote: journeying toward spiritual wholeness by working to build a diverse multicultural Beloved Community by our actions that accountably dismantle racism and other oppressions in ourselves and our institutions. The Racial Justice Committee of EUUC is supporting the adoption of the 8th Principle. ...Read More
- White Privilege in Hair Care? November 16, 2020Your generosity brought in $500 during this fundraiser to purchase hair care products for women of color. Thank you to all who gave! We are currently purchasing the items and soon we will deliver them to Pathways for Women in Lynnwood. White privilege in hair care Pathways for Women often receives donations of sample shampoos and conditioners, ...Read More