This year we are so excited to be working with Black Lives of UU leadership to bring General Assembly 2018 attendees a Public Witness that is dynamic, creative and rooted in longer-term relationships and work. Whether you’re in Kansas City, at home or on the road, there are meaningful ways for you to plug into this work – both before, during and after General Assembly. Review Jailed for Being Poor: How the Money Bail System Criminalizes Poverty webinar and check out these resources on the movement to #EndMoneyBail. The opportunities for Public Witness this year offer a clear link between criminalization, community protection and beyond. To support Black-led organizing locally who are creating solutions towards maternal and childrens’ health, community safety, and liberation. We look forward to you joining us in person and through these online opportunities.
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