Thanks to everyone who joined us for this training and for getting out the vote in your congregations!
The Presidential Election is on November 8. The last day to register to vote in this primary is on October ...Continue Reading →
Our Dismantling Racism Working Group co-chair uses an act of vandalism as an opportunity for public discussion about “the underlying issues” behind the Black Lives Matter movement in a community that he feels is open to talking about it. Read more.
At the Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry of NJ’s annual ...Continue Reading →
We’re excited to have you join us for the 2nd Annual New Jersey MUUsic Festival! It has been a red letter year for UULMNJ! Take a look at some of our Top 10 Moments of 2015:
The UULMNJ is committed to the Black Lives Matter movement and to ending the systematic oppression faced by people of color in our country and the State of New Jersey. In this we are motivated by the moral imperative ...Continue Reading →
We just got word that the Pay Equity Act bill, promising equal pay for women will be coming up at this Thursday’s Senate Session (Feb 11). Please write or call your local senator and ask him/her to support this important bill. Please share this with members of your congregation and encourage them to write as well.
S922, the New Jersey Pay Equity Act, sponsored by ...Continue Reading →
We at UULMNJ are excited to be a part of the 2016 Thirty Days of Love campaign, observed from Saturday, January 16 through Sunday, February 14, 2016, culminating on the 7th Annual National Standing on the Side of Love Day! Thirty Days of Love 2016: Towards Racial Justice will lift up the ways Unitarian Universalists and many of our partner organizations are building and organizing by taking bold, courageous action for intersectional racial justice.Continue Reading →
Join in a celebration of our faith, equality, compassion and justice through song. Music ensembles from congregations across the state will showcase their finest and come together for a UU All-State performance!Our 2nd Annual event will be at the UU Congregation of Monmouth County in Lincroft, just off the Parkway.
Last year 6 congregations participated with close to 100 performers. This ...Continue Reading →
Advocates from across New Jersey have been working with Senate President Sweeney to respond to the ongoing problems created by the termination of the extended Emergency Assistance program for individuals with disabilities. On January 28, the Anti Poverty Network; Steve Leder, Senior Attorney from the Community Health Law Project; and Staci Berger, President and CEO of the Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey, stood with Senate President Sweeney as he announced his proposed legislation to address this issue and ...Continue Reading →