We are .....
a statewide advocacy network that mobilizes Unitarian Universalists and their congregations to work for public policies in the state of Oregon that embody our UU principles of justice, equity, compassion in human relations and global stewardship.
Oregon UU Voices for Justice is one of fifteen statewide UU advocacy networks nationwide. Learn more here.
We envision an Oregon that provides justice and equity for all its residents; empowers its residents to participate in the process of government; embodies respect, fairness, and equity; provides opportunities for everyone to thrive; and affirms the sanctity of the built and natural environments (Sept. 28, 2012; rev January 9, 2016)
"Congregations doing justice together"
Oregon Unitarian Universalist Voices for Justice is a voice of liberal religious conscience in the state of Oregon. We educate and advocate for policies that promote respect, equity, compassion and global stewardship. We seek to empower Unitarian Universalists and their congregations to exercise their prophetic voice for justice by building partnerships and coalitions with other organizations with similar goals. (Sept. 28, 2012; rev Jan 9, 2016))
Oregon Unitarian Universalist Voices for Justice is organized with an Executive Director and board of directors. The Board once a year calls our annual membership meeting. At that meeting, we jointly agree what our forus shall be for the coming year.
More on our Executive Director and Board members available here.
Our current board consists of:
Kathleen McKinney from McMinnville
Evan Pierce, West Hills Unitarian Fellowship, Portland
Sue Craig from Eugene
David Hyde from Ashland
David e Delk, First Unitarian Church, Portland
Chris Vogel from Salem
Our Executive Director is Katie Larsell
This project is funded in part by the
Fund for Unitarian Universalist Social Responsibility