Tools & Guides
This resource was written and adapted by Rev. Lisa Garcia-Simpson & Rev. Ashley Horan as a reflection guide for congregations and small groups during these
With deadlines and polling locations shifting by the day, alongside massive voter suppression tactics from missing ballots and divestment from the postal service, we need
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This fall, the UU the Vote team is excited to invite all our Unitarian Universalist congregations and covenanting communities to participate in a special UU
A six part summer skill-share series to equip attendees with the organizing and social justice tools, knowledge, and capacity to lead groups and congregations in bringing our
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This worksheet is meant to help you and your congregation identify your common interests and possible focus areas, name partners, and set goals and timelines for the year.
In many of the places we live, meeting space is a rare commodity that we can offer readily. Congregations can be invigorated with new life
A central part of the mission of many congregations is to be an “open door” to the broader community. Making one’s space available is a
“For Unitarian Universalists, this is faithful, moral action because democracy and the right of all people to have a voice and a vote are at
Need support with your electoral justice work? Confused about what electoral work is “allowed” for nonprofits? Want help finding a local partner to work with? Make
Download the UU the Vote logos and style guide here.
In November of 2019, UU the Vote released a Team Building guide to help volunteers in congregations take the first step to identify others who
UUs across the country are engaged in prophetic organizing, fighting for our values in partnership with movements for justice. UU electoral work is grounded in
General Assembly 2020 training, presented June 24, 2020. So much is at stake in 2020. We’re creating new voter outreach organizing strategies as we fight
How do we build a democracy rooted in love and justice? UU the Vote teams from across the south and mid-Atlantic joined UU the Vote
Speakers Rev. Dr. Susan Frederick-Gray, President, Unitarian Universalist Association Paige Ingram, Community Organizer, Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism Desmond Meade, Executive Director, Florida Rights Restoration Coalition
In recent years, we are witnessing a severe roll back of many LGBTQ+ protections, that so many of us worked so hard to achieve. We are
As we dive into the work of UU the Vote in this election year, many congregations have questions about how to act boldly on behalf
On January 12th, the national launch of UU the Vote was kicked-off with a one-hour webinar featuring UU the Vote staff and volunteers, an organizer from the Sunrise
On March 5th, Susan Leslie of the UU the Vote National Team led two webinars for congregations planning their UU the Vote work. Presenters included: Rev. Schuyler