Category: Social Justice

December Share The Plate – We Got This Milwaukee

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By Dawn Blackmore. We Got This Milwaukee is our December Share the Plate recipient. We Got This is a grassroots… Read More >

The Gift of Being Present

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By Cesar Cornier, Social Justice Coordinator. Tis the season of love and gratitude…and Starbucks, credit cards, discounts, half-off, retail, advertising,… Read More >

October Share the Plate – Tricklebee Cafe

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Tricklebee Cafe is our October Share the Plate recipient. Since 2016, Tricklebee Cafe has been operating in the Sherman Park… Read More >

Reflection

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By Cesar Cornier, Social Justice Coordinator. As I reflect on last week’s experience with Public Allies, I come back inspired… Read More >

Rev. Jennifer Nordstrom, First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee

Connecting Across Difference: Beloved Conversations in 2020

Social Justice

In the winter and spring of 2020, you have an opportunity to learn to connect more authentically across difference. The… Read More >

Sustainable Business Guide Available Online

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by Amy Monahan. As a member of the Earth Justice Ministry at First Unitarian Society, I was busy this last… Read More >

Summer Share the Plate

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by Dawn Blackmore. The Grand Avenue Club (GAC) is our summer Share the Plate recipient for the months of June,… Read More >

May Share the Plate – Kyle’s Korner

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by Dawn Blackmore. The May Share the Plate recipient is chosen each year by the children in our Religious Education… Read More >

Reflections from Your Social Justice Intern

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When I walked into this building eight short months ago, I had no idea what I was walking into. I… Read More >

News from Your SJ Intern

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Throughout my internship, I have faced a lot of questions. People often ask me what my plans are for the… Read More >

Going to City Hall is a Religious Act

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By Terry Wiggins. Notice the woman in the foreground of the photo.  That’s me, Terry Wiggins, and I’m wearing a… Read More >

Global Warming: A Matter of Intergenerational Justice

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By Terry Wiggins, Earth Justice Ministry. Here are some recent examples of why it is: Dr. Natasha DeJarnett, research coordinator… Read More >

Share the Plate – Pathfinders

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Every spring, our Religious Education Program youth members choose an organization to receive Share the Plate donations. Pathfinders, an organization… Read More >

Reflections on Teaching Black People Matter

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When our Religious Education Coordinator Cami Thomas asked me to help with teaching Black People Matter this winter, I was… Read More >

Taking Time to Walk the Walk

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Within social justice circles, the dilemma of “talking the talk” versus “walking the walk” is often brought up. I often… Read More >

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Guest House Meal on Saturday, December 15 – A Chance to Cook, Serve, or Donate

Social Justice

Attention First Church friends: First Church will provide supper for the 86 men of the Guest House Shelter on Saturday,… Read More >