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New! Des Moines 
UU Legislative Action Workgroup, UULAW


 


The Corruption of Our Democracy Video Curriculum, TED Talk+ Curriculum





IUUWAN board members are available to help you start your workshops!
   
 

The new Congregational Study/Action Issue, CSAI, voted for at the 2016 UUA General Assembly is The Corruption of Democracy.  The official UUA curriculum will come out in November, but few UUs have the time to read books and prepare a course of study.  This curriculum includes chalice lights and closings and pointers for conversation.  The demographics of TED Talk views overlaps very well with UUs...curious, open people.  That makes the facilitating very easy--show the videos and UUs will make the conversation happen.  You can access the curriculum here.  Or if you contact TerryLeeLowman@gmail.com, he will send you a thumb drive with all the videos and the curriculum loaded on it.






Progressive Voices Concert Series Presents

THE SEASON 7 LINE-UP

6 GREAT SHOWS, 3 WAYS TO SAVE

 

 

DAVE NACHMANOFF
Saturday,
March 11, 2017, 7:30 p.m.


Heartfelt, inspired songwriting with a delivery both biting and assured. He also has an impressive stylistic range, jumping from quietly sprightly folk-pop to Tin Pan Alley jazziness to bluesy rock and back again.

Music Video - Not What I Expected:
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diSUdJZXJtc
www.davenach.com
 
ALICE PEACOCK
Saturday, April 8, 2017, 7:30 p.m.


This Chicago-based singer/songwriter celebrates faith and human connection with buoyant, outwardly focused lyrics, feel-good guitar hooks, and heartland grooves. 

Music Video - Leading with My Heart:  
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBFnZLJWHGY
www.alicepeacock.com
 
ROY ZIMMERMAN
Saturday, May 20, 2017, 7:30 p.m.


Roy Zimmerman returns to bring more of his unique brand of social and political satire to the struggle for peace, the environment, and social justice!

Music Video - To the Victims of This Tragedy We Send Our Thoughts and Prayers:  
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hdX1MUOgQw
www.royzimmerman.com
 
SINGLE TICKETS: $20 IN ADVANCE /$25 AT THE DOOR
SEASON TICKETS: 
4 SHOWS FOR $70 (LIKE 1 SHOW FOR FREE!)
/OR 
6 SHOWS FOR $105 (LIKE ALMOST 2 SHOWS FOR FREE!)

AVAILABLE ONLINE ATwww.brownpapertickets.com/producer/54589
SEASON TICKET BENEFITS:
  • Save money! 4-show packages are like getting 1 show free and 6 packages like getting almost 2 shows free at the full ticket prices.
  • Always get great seats! A special block or seats is held for season ticket holders in the front and along the center aisle until 10 minutes before the start of each show. No need to arrive early to get great seats.
  • Tickets are transferable! You may transfer your ticket to a friend by just contacting us prior to any show.
  • Tickets may be exchanged! 4-show season ticket holders may exchange the ticket for one show for any other (limit one ticket per show for each season ticket holder).


 
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Click on photo to see 5 minute video on why UU state advocacy networks matter 


Speakers' Bureau
Contact us at TerryLeeLowman@gmail.com to make arrangements.  Because we work in coalition, we have contacts in many areas of justice: Economic Justice, Racial Justice, Environmental Justice, Restorative Justice or we can just talk about what IUUWAN is doing.

Volunteer

IUUWAN volunteers can do as little or as much as your schedule allows.

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$5 annual dues

 Congregational Membership
$1 per member suggested dues


Make your tax deductible check* payable to IUUWAN and mail to:

IUUWAN
3425 Valley View Road
Ames, IA  50014

* We are totally a volunteer organization requiring very little money.  Consequently, we're not set up to take credit cards.

Donations made to IUUWAN are tax deductible under Iowa Unitarian Universalist Witness/Advocacy Network's 501 c3 tax exempt status.  

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