The Fellowship’s Social Justice Committee is proud to offer our members a unique opportunity this month through its special outreach monthly collection program. This month, we are asking members to contribute to Asbury United Methodist Church, a black church we have partnered with for years … read more.
The UU College of Social Justice together with a Tucson based organization called BorderLinks conducts migrant immersion learning programs along the Arizona/Mexican border. Nancy and I recently participated in the program. We thought we would share a few of the highlights.
It was a very busy … read more.
An interfaith group in Talbot County has been exploring ways to support the immigrant community. We are pleased to share how you may engage in this effort through detainee visitation or detainee pen pal correspondence.
In conjunction with Mobilizing for Humane Treatment of Immigrants led by … read more.
Matthew Peters provided the following information:
Immigrants have 4 years to file for asylum. However, they cannot file until they have been assigned a court appearance date which can take a year or more to obtain, if at all. This system is confusing and broken, allowing … read more.
A very informative exchange transpired between our guests and members of UUFE, comprising congregants and members of the Social Justice Committee, and our Guests: Mid-Shore Fresh Start. Tori Brummel and Bert Larrimore
August 5, 2018, 11:30 am at UUFE
Attending: Tom Arnold, Maggie Garey, Tracey O’Shay, Steve Parks, Liz Parks, Sally Woodall, Carol Meredith, David Stevens, Ken Court, Jack Harrald, Ron Sweet, Ann Davis
Presiding: Nancy Sweet
Nancy began the meeting by addressing two topics regarding how to assist with the immigration situation. She … read more.
UUFE member Steve Parks wrote this guest commentary which appeared in the July 11 2018 issue of the Star-Democrat.
The plight of children separated from their undocumented immigrant parents along the southwest border is epitomized by a pair of 1-year-olds. A girl, recently reunited with her … read more.
Saturday, March 24, 2018
On Saturday, March 24, there will be a national mobilization to end gun violence and school shootings led by the students from Parkland, FL. March For Our Lives events will take place at locations across … read more.
Dr. Audrey Barker described Mere Saathi’s mission in India to empower and improve the lives of impoverished village women through veterinary medicine for the dairy animals in their care. UUFE’s Don Barker told stories about Death, Uncertainty, and Liberation – from his India journal and books … read more.
Dr. Audrey Barker founded Mere Saathi in 2010. Dr. Barker is a Baltimore veterinarian and daughter of UUFE members Rita and Don Barker.
We are One Village Healing Another
Mere Saathi’s mission is to empower and improve the lives of impoverished Indian women. We do this by providing … read more.