Summer Time – and the campaigns for climate justice continue.

Join our Give and Get Back Campaign!

The first 30 donors of $100 or more will receive resources to enjoy and share:

  • A UU Ministry for Earth Logo T-Shirt
  • A Climate Justice Bandana in Your Choice of Color (black, burgundy, kelly green, and light blue)
  • Create Climate Justice Button
  • Something for Your Bookshelf! (see below)

Make a one-time donation of $100 or more or sign up for one year of recurring donations of $25 quarterly or $8.34 per month.

You have three books to choose among:

Book cover of An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States by Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz

An Indigenous People’s History of the United States by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
This book describes and analyzes a four-hundred-year span of complex Indigenous struggles against the colonization of the Americas. The book highlights resultant conflicts, wars, and Indigenous strategies and sites of resistance.  Both the concept of Manifest Destiny and the Doctrine of Discovery are addressed, and will give context to the UU call to action from the 2012 UUA General Assembly in Phoenix that repudiated the Doctrine of Discovery.

Book cover for the book Justice on Earth: People of Faith Working at the Intersections of Race, Class, and the Environment. The cover shows pictures of large smoke stacks and a hand pouring water onto a sprouting plant in dry ground

Justice On Earth, which includes writings from fourteen activist ministers and lay leaders. The book explores the ways in which racial justice, environmental justice, and economic justice are seen as issues competing for time, attention, and resources, and the ways the three are intertwined.


Dinosaur Dreaming: Our Climate Moment by Gail Collins-Ranadive.
This is a short book with big ideas and huge impact. Part personal story, part history, part call to action, this beautifully written book tells the story of the climate crisis through the lens of the life and perspective of a retired minister and her engineer partner.

In addition to the thank-you gifts, if you are new to UUMFE, the monthly eNEWS and weekly eVents emails will be sent to you to provide inspiration and connection to climate justice activities from UUs across the continent.

Any donation will be put to work right away to support climate justice.  Thank you.


UU Young Adults for Climate Justice bandana design


All donors who contribute $100 or more will receive a gift of the UU Young Adults for Climate Justice Bandana (available in black, burgundy, kelly green, and light blue), a UUMFE t-shirt, and a Create Climate Justice Button.