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Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson

Social Justice

Envisioning a world where justice and compassion cross all borders, we pledge energy and resources to transform ourselves, our community, and the world around us.

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson furthers it mission through various programs.  The social action program is one of those.  The program is directed by a Social Action Council which coordinates groups involved in homeless hospitality and social action.  UUCT is active with the No More Deaths movement.

Social Justice Council

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Apr 29: People's Climate March

Funnel your outrage into action. March with us at the People's Climate March in Tucson this Saturday, April 29!

Climate change is happening now, and it's hitting the Desert Southwest, including our precious Sky Islands, especially hard. We're carrying the momentum from the March for Science through to this weekend and rally for the climate like our lives depend on it--because they do!

And if all the news of climate change denial gets you fired up. Don't lose hope. MOBILIZE! We need your help to spread the word!

Follow the march on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ClimateMarchTucson, invite your friends to like the page and attend the march.

United we are strong. March for climate. March for jobs. March for justice!

May 1: Social Justice Actions


No Walls, No Bans, No Detentions, Full Education and Jobs, Full Respect for Women's Rights, No Wars form the core of demands on May Day, the National Day for Immigrant and Worker Rights

WHEN: May 1, 2017, 8:30 AM to gather, march at 9:30 AM
WHERE: El Casino Ballroom, 26th St and 3rd Ave., in So. Tucson
PROCEED TO: Armory Park, expected arrival time 11 AM

For More Info contact:
May Day Coalition

Tucson - On Monday, May 1, 2017, our local communities will come together to join with the millions of workers, students, and families across the country on this historic National March and Rally for Immigrant and Worker Rights to say Ya Basta!

We will not work, we will not open our businesses, we will not go to school, and we will not buy anything! We are all human, and we demand respect, dignity and full rights. We will not participate in wars against poor people, whether here or abroad.

At 8:30 AM, our march will gather at the historic El Casino Ballroom in South Tucson, and proceed to march to Armory Park, where music, poets, dance, and speakers will make the CALL TO ACTION to build a movement of resistance.

We invite the Tucson and southern Arizona community to join us on this International Day honoring the worker, especially under the current political attacks on women, workers, students, migrants, Muslims, the environment, and almost every right we hold important. Join us!

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