The forces of injustice that are compromising our biosphere and current and future generations will only be defeated if we join together and form strong partnerships and coalitions. UUMFE constantly strives to expand our impact through partnership and follow the leadership of front-lines communities.

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Unitarian Universalist Association

The UUA is the central organization for Unitarian Universalism and the national office for the religion in the United States. UUMFE regularly partners with the UUA on programs and campaigns; most notably, the Green Sanctuary Program and the Environmental Justice Practitioners’ Network.

UU Office at the United Nations (UU@UN)

The UU@UN engages in international advocacy work at the United Nations, and one of its key issues is climate justice. UUMFE partners with the UU@UN on events surrounding the UN’s climate change conferences, as well as the Climate Action Network.

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UU College of Social Justice

UUCSJ offers immersion learning and volunteer opportunities that build skills for faith-grounded social justice work and provide direct service to front-lines communities. UUMFE partners with UUCSJ to offer GROW Climate Justice Trainings for young adults.

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Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice

UUSJ represents Unitarian Universalism on Capitol Hill and mobilizes Unitarian Universalists in the National Capital Region for legislative advocacy. UUMFE regularly partners with UUSJ on legislative campaigns and other events.

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Beacon Press

UUMFE is an affiliate of Beacon Press. When you shop for Beacon Press books, enter the discount code “UUMFE” on the checkout screen to receive a 20% discount plus free shipping. In addition, 4% of the order will be contributed to UUMFE. Check out UUMFE’s top recommended books from Beacon Press.

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InterNātional Initiative for Transformative Collaboration

INITC is an Indigenous-led organization bringing people and cultures together for the environment. UUMFE is partnering with INITC to host a summit in 2018 that will explore the rights of humankind versus the rights of the Earth with respect to environmental justice, from a perspective grounded in Indigenous experience.