Links to selected local social justice organizations. "The Church Council of Greater Seattle convenes and catalyzes communities and people of faith to bring our spiritual commitments of love and reconciliation, peace and justice into the public square.
A civil rights organization working to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of ity group citizens of the United States. National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) A council of national African American women’s organizations that lead, develop, and advocate for women of African descent as they support their families and communities.
Since 2002, when a group of UUCR members and friends formed a Peace Study Group, peacemaking – both internationally and at home – has been a focus of UUCR’s Social Justice Committee. We are currently working with local community groups studying and promoting peace and non-violent conflict.
The Social Justice Group has been involved in various social justice issues, which include – supporting refugees and asylum seekers preparing Christmas hampers for prisoners families
Social Justice Groups. Key Principles of Catholic Social Teaching | Social Justice Prayers | Social Justice Links. Social Justice Ministry. Social Justice Ministry is the main Social Justice group at Saint Sebastian Parish. El Salvador. Visit the El Salvador Mission page to learn more. Respect Life. Visit the Respect Life page to learn more.
Whether you’ve only recently become involved with social justice or are an experienced activist looking to build bridges, these groups are a great place to turn to keep the march toward justice
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Social Justice Groups C-4 (Colesville Council of Community Congregations) C-4 (Colesville Council of Community Congregations) is an interfaith affiliation of congregations in the Colesville area that maintains a clothes closet and a baby closet of used items where residents in need can shop for clothing.
Social justice issues are at the core of the social work profession. The earliest social workers dedicated themselves to helping the poor, and modern social workers confront poverty, injustice, racism, sexism, and all forms of inequality. While the issues have become more diverse and complex, the central tenets of social work remain the same. Respecting the dignity of each individual, and their right to self …