Justice Sunday – Economic Justice

“For many people in the Global North, economic justice is a phrase without any personal connection. But for millions of people around the world, it is the difference between living and dying.”

Each year, the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee invites Unitarian Universalist congregations to celebrate “Justice Sunday,” engaging in reflection and action on a specific topic. This year’s focus, Economic Justice, is an essential part of Unitarian Universalist Service Committee’s work, and is also connected to the current Unitarian Universalist study/action issue, “Escalating Inequality.” This Sunday, let’s think about ways we can interrupt injustice and advance human rights, both locally and globally.

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