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We warmly invite you to participate in the work of this organization. From Olympia Brown, Francis Ellen Watkins Harper, Theodore Parker and Clara Barton in the 19th century, to A. Powell Davies, James Reeb, Viola Liuzzo, and John Haynes Holmes in the 20th, this is our proud legacy as Unitarian Universalists. To be a voice for the voiceless, a hope for the hopeless; to help build a beloved community of equality, sustainability, and peace. They probably didn't feel up to the enormous tasks that faced them, either, but they knew it needed to be done. Now it's our turn.

 

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Youth & Young Adults

We want to increase the involvement of youth and young adults in the UULMNJ. 

Please contact us if you are interested in participating or have resources to share.