August 28 & 29 join Iowa Justice Summit in Des Moines, Iowa. For more information, click here.
More than 20 million people are employed in the American food system, and 86% of them earn low to poverty wages; most of these workers are people of color, and many are immigrants. Human rights questions within the food chain are connected to “earth rights” questions: heavy reliance by corporate farms on chemical fertilizers, pesticides and intensive water use are poisoning our environment. More...
Iowa Unitarian Universalists Connecting for Justice
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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.
IUUWAN's Sign On Policy
All board members are authorized to sign onto statements that are aligned with our position on issues listed on this website: Liveable minimum wage, Anti-Bullying, Stop the Bakken Pipeline, Driving permits for Undocumented Immigrants, Death with Dignity and Restorative and Racial Justice. Although we may whole-heartedly support other issues, signing on for other issues requires a board vote.
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