April 27, 2014
Join us to commemorate the founding of No More Deaths, a time to look back at what's been done and to look ahead to what still needs to be done.
Rick Ufford-Chase and his wife Kitty were members of the Tucson Community for twenty years. They were active in the sanctuary movement for Central American refugees, helped to found BorderLinks in the late eighties, and AFSC's Maquiladora Organizing Project in the late 90's, and Humane Borders, Samaritans and No More Deaths in the early 2000's. Rick is the Director of the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship, and Kitty and Rick share a full-time position as Co-Directors of Stony Point Conference Center, where they helped to found a multifaith, residential community called the Community of Living Traditions.
© Rick Ufford-Chase
Introduction (Saunders), Chalice Lighting (Staton), Founder Roll-Call (Saunders), Testimonials (Pine):