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UUJAZ Newsletter

UU Church of Surprise
17540 Avenue of the Arts, Surprise, AZ

Justice and Our Faith: An Interactive Worship Service  Led by Rev. Lisa McDaniel-Hutchings

 Justice Project Presentations

  1.   Prison Re-Entry (Granite Peak)
  2.   Adopt a School (Surprise)
  3.   Economic Inequality (Mountain Vista)

Prelude to the 2016 Legislature

Expert Panel and Workshops
on the Focus Issues

  1. Education – Richard Gilman, President “Bringing Up Arizona”
  2. Immigration – Margo Cowan, Attorney on Immigration Issues
  3. Economic Justice – Pamela Powers Hannley, Arizonans for a New Economy
  4. Water
  5. Racial Justice

Unitarian Universalist Justice Arizona (UUJAZ)’s 2nd annual Issue and Action day brings UUs together from across the state to learn about issues that have broad impact on Arizona.  The day will include a justice focused worship service, an expert panel, skill building workshops, and action planning.  This year, the day will focus on building strong movements and creating change in the issues of: Education, Water, Economic Inequality, Racial Justice, and Immigration.  

Register here.

Arizona Faith Leaders

Oppose Prison  Expansion

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Issue and Action Day

October 10th, 2015

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Support for Public Banking In Arizona Is Growing

Arizonans for a New Economy believes that creation of a state bank would go a long way toward making Arizona financially healthy again. Across the country, states and cities have billions of dollars sitting in rainy day funds that are held by Wall Street banks, such Bank of America, Chase, or Wells Fargo. Public banks manage the state’s funds– tax revenue and other monies, including federal grants and matching funds– and invest the money in the public interest on Main Street, instead of in theshareholders’ interest on Wall Street 

UUJAZ Is a supporter of Arizonans for a New Economy.