Solidarity with Standing Rock – The Fight to Stop DAPL

UPDATE Standing Rock Sioux Reservation – On Saturday, Sept 3rd security guards working for the Dakota Access pipeline company attacked Native Americans with dogs and pepper spray as they resisted the $3.8 billion pipeline’s construction on a tribal burial site. On Sept 9th, the National Guard was sent in to “squash the Sioux Pipeline protest.” […]




Education Equity

The testimony at the July 15 Education Equity bill hearing was moving and powerful. This bill will allow students who have attended at least three years of high school in the state to be eligible for in state tuition and financial aid regardless of documentation status. Educating our young people benefits us all. I was so […]




The We The People Act

UPDATE FROM THE UU MASS ACTION AMEND Certified Working Group (CWG) The We The People Act, calling for an amendment to the national constitution and, only if needed, an amendment convention, has been re-designated as H.3127. The bill has been referred to the Joint Committee on Veterans and Federal Affairs in the state legislature. So […]




Theodore Parker Church Tries a Different Approach to Social Action

News From Congregation Social Justice Teams Are you proud of the work of your congregation?  Tell us what you’re doing and we’ll share the story with our readers!  This month’s contribution comes from Theodore Parker Church in West Roxbury.   Theodore Parker Church Tries a Different Approach to Social Action By Madeleine Cousineau Social action […]




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United: Boston Beyond Today Feb 10 and 28

An Evening of theater and poetry that brings together perspectives and voices of individuals in response to the recent uprising in Ferguson, Boston, and beyond. Tuesday Feb 10th Boston Center for the Arts  539 Tremont Street, Boston Saturday Feb 28th First Church Somerville  Boston 89 College Ave, Somerville Doors open at 7 PM for both […]