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Responding to Uvalde–What We Can Do
Rev. Gail Marriner
Oh my friends,
Our hearts break for the victims of the Uvalde shooting, and for their classmates, their teachers, their families and the whole community of Uvalde.
Tragedy upon tragedy. One mass shooting following another: people of color shopping for groceries, or going to church, or children and teachers in school. All quietly living their lives – minding their own business. All mowed down by gunfire.
How long will this go on?
We cannot console ourselves that this was an aberration – mass shootings happen daily in the United States and school shootings more often than you would guess
27 in this year alone.
Something is very wrong.
As horrific and tragic as each of these shootings is, incidents like these will continue until we do something to stop them.
The moral arc of the universe will never bend toward justice on this issue unless we help it. Unless we push and pull and protest and vote. Unless we insist that protecting the lives of children is more important than the free and unregulated access to firearms and put regulations and support systems and educational programs in place to limit access to guns and to support a more peaceful and non-violent way of being. We are the ones that need to do this, my friends.
Not someone far away in Washington, or someone with more authority or compassion or power.
Each one of us needs to do something to nudge that moral arc every single day.
Death has no meaning except the meaning we give it by our actions. And while it will be small consolation to the parents and friends of the children of Uvalde that our nation has finally been galvanized to action and passed background check legislation and other common sense gun safety measures, at least their deaths will have resulted in less grief for the children who come after them.
At least their parents will know we cared enough to get to work and change things.
So call your senator.
Volunteer in your public school.
Watch your tone of voice when you write that letter to the editor.
Show up for that nonviolence training.
Vote! Do something. If all of us act, our actions will make the world safer for us, for our neighbors and for all of our children.
2022 Mega Sale - June 2-4
Mark Your Calendars!
one of the largest and best organized "garage" sales in town!
Mega Sale Schedule
Thursday, June 2, 7:30-8:30 am,
EARLY BIRD ENTRY, $20
Thursday-Friday, June 2-3, 8:30 am-4:30 pm open to public
Saturday, June 4, 8:30 am-2 pm, open to public
Advocacy and Democracy
Advocacy and Democracy Workgroup
Led by Gayle Boyd and Kitty Sherlock
Advocacy and Democracy
is UU Santa Fe’s newest Social Justice Working Group. We will be hosting activities such as letter-writing parties to get the vote out, trainings on effective advocacy, issue updates, and opportunities to support government policies that reflect UU values. Expect to hear more about this group in the coming weeks. If you would like to be on a mailing list and receive updates from this new group, please contact Gayle Boyd via
. UU Santa Fe recently became a partner congregation with
Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice
(UUSJ), a national level organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., that focuses on national level policies. UUSJ projects, such as policy education, letter writing, petitions, calls to Congress, etc., will be shared with the congregation by way of this new working group. Additionally, an ongoing relationship with another [non-UU] advocacy organization, RESULTS, will be continued as part of the new Advocacy and Democracy activities.
Summer Reading Challenge
Curated by Rev. Gail Marriner
Three selections that will inform us this summer.
June - Blessings |
The Tragedy of Heterosexuality
| Discussion June 26
July - Beauty |
| Discussion July 10
August - Stories That Shape Us |
This is the Canon
| Discussion August 14
Discussions will be after our Sunday Gathering at a place yet to be determined
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