Justice News

Join us for unique and challenging ways to help each other, our neighbors, and our planet in this time of social distancing. Each week will highlight how we can Live Our Values Everyday – LOVE – in a time when we need it most. Hosted by Rev. Marian

BLM Perspectives

Justice Update

#BLM – or Black Lives Matter – has different interpretations according to the audience. The message here is from the perspective of a long-time UU who tries to take a wide-angle perspective on BLM. With a little history and a look a the evolution of … read more.

Justice Update: Real Change Now

Update on BREAD’s “Real Change Now” Campaign

BREAD (Building Responsibility, Equality, and Dignity) is Central Ohio’s congregation-based, multi-faith community organization founded by First UU and ten other congregations over 20 years ago. Now consisting of over 40 racially, religiously, socioeconomically, and geographically diverse congregations, BREAD … read more.

Justice Saturday – UUTheVote

with First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus
JAM Action Team (Justice Action Ministry)

The Justice Saturday for July 25th is about GETTING OUT THE VOTE. November 3rd will be here soon. In the words of the late civil rights leader, Congressman John Lewis; “Voting is the … read more.

Justice Saturday – NARAL Ohio

Justice Saturday – July 18, 2020

with First UU’s JAM Team
(Justice Action Ministry)

Today’s edition of Justice Saturday features a video with Kel McConaughey, Development Director at NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio, and a member of First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus, OH.

Kel shares about the ongoing work on … read more.

Justice Saturday – BREAD

Join Alice, Noel, and Kathy to give us an overview of B.R.E.A.D. (Building Responsibility, Equality, and Dignity) of which First UU is a founding member. Justice topics are selected each year through listening sessions at member congregations. BREAD has a record of holding politicians and … read more.

Justice Saturday: Move to Amend

Today’s edition of Justice Saturday features Michael Greenman tells us about Move to Amend. He also shares links to helpful resources.


Our national trajectory towards serious challenges in many areas of society and the global environment is, to a great extent accelerated by large global corporations … read more.