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Posts by Amelia Diehl

We are “All In for Climate Justice”: Dispatches from the 2020 Spring Seminar

We are “All In for Climate Justice”: Dispatches from the 2020 Spring Seminar

This past weekend, over 140 Unitarian Universalists from across North America came together for the UU Office at the United...

Register Now for the UU-UNO Spring Seminar

The UU United Nations Office is planning an intergenerational seminar around the theme “All In for Climate Justice: People, Power,...

Join the Chase Divestment Movement: Dispatches from a Growing Coalition

Two weeks ago, social media was flooded with videos of people (including UUs and some pets) around the country cutting...

How to Be a Good Relative: Reflections from the Promise to Protect Training Tour

How to Be a Good Relative: Reflections from the Promise to Protect Training Tour

A few weekends ago, I had the honor of attending a Promise to Protect Training, as part of a mobilization...

Reflections from MidAmerica Regional Assembly 2019

Earlier this month, I traveled to St. Louis, MO, where I co-presented alongside fellow UUYACJ member Elizabeth Mount at the...

UUs Show Up in DC for People’s Climate March!

UUs Show Up in DC for People’s Climate March!

Photo by Rose Gallogly. To view more photos — and add your own — of UUs at various marches around...

UUs sing, dance in Chicago for People’s Climate March

UUs sing, dance in Chicago for People’s Climate March

Photo by Clare Lanaghan. To view more photos — and add your own — of UUs at various marches around...

Climate Justice is Holding Ourselves Accountable to Stories of the Land

Climate Justice is Holding Ourselves Accountable to Stories of the Land

I read this reflection as part of the Creative Collaborative Climate Justice worship at the UUA Mid-America Regional Assembly in...

Steeped: Tea, Climate Change and the Groundedness of Blue

Steeped: Tea, Climate Change and the Groundedness of Blue

After Rebecca Solnit’s essay “The Blue of Distance” and World Water Day (March 22) I started World Water Day as...

A Really Really Free Market on Earth Day: Thoughts on Value, Labor and Material Culture in Late Capitalism

A Really Really Free Market on Earth Day: Thoughts on Value, Labor and Material Culture in Late Capitalism

This Earth Day, I organized a Really Really Free Market and DIY Skill Share at my small liberal arts college...

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