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August 9, 2019 6/00 pm - 8/00 pm

Share-a-Dish events are always on the second Friday of the month. Social Hour is at 6 pm, Dinner is at 6:30 pm with the program following about 7:15 pm.  Sign up in the Social Hall and bring a dish.

AUGUST 9 No Dinner. No Program Immigration Issues and Action. 

From our Minister:  Manatee Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in consultation with its planning committee realized there were more considerations that needed to be contemplated in tonight’s share a dish program on immigration. MUUF continues to be a strong advocate for immigration justice and will remain accountable to that community.

From Love Resists in UUA: 

Over the weekend, news broke that the Homestead Child Detention Center was emptied of all migrant children. This was quickly followed by tragic news of a racially-motivated mass shooting in El Paso and last night’s massive workplace raid in Mississippi (the single largest statewide ICE raid in over a decade). We know that we cannot separate the detention and deportation of migrants from this administration’s white nationalist agenda and the violent white supremacist culture that it legitimizes.

In the past month, more than 2,700 migrant children have been reunited with family or moved into smaller shelter environments. Not only that: attempts to open additional child detention facilities in Fort Sill, OK and Carrizo Springs, TX were also thwarted by communities organizing against them. We are building power toward ending all detention and deportation and for dismantling white supremacy and it’s criminalization of migrants, people of color, black organizers, climate activists, transgender folx and others.

Those of us who joined organizing to “Shut Down Homestead” know that the administration was under tremendous pressure to stop warehousing children in detention, especially since many had families to receive them. We celebrate this victory – and we know the work isn’t done.

While some children are sleeping in relative safety today, we know that whole communities remain under threat by this deeply racist and xenophobic Administration. There are many ways you can take action to demonstrate resistance to this terror.

Each day is an opportunity for us to demonstrate our commitment to expanded sanctuary and authentic welcome in our communities. Connect with your local immigrant rights organization to see how you can provide support. Get your family, congregation and community involved so that we may all be the sanctuary we seek.


From July 25 to August 11 there will be an Art and Plants Raffle to Benefit UUSC Immigration Projects

UUSC has been working for years to help immigrants navigate our system and defend their rights.  There are fact finding missions and support for refugee programs. Chris MacCormack is enabling MUUF to support these specific activities in this time of crisis. Chris will donate 10 framed prints of her artwork and 10 of her succulent arrangements to be raffled at MUUF between July 25 and August 11. At any occasion you can buy raffle tickets from AJ Wolff, Bernita Franzel or Chris MacCormack, write your name on the ticket and put it in the corresponding envelope. The raffle will Sunday on Aug 11 . We hope you come, but you do not need to be present to win.Tickets are $1 or 6 for $5. Our goal is $400 for UUSC immigration projects. Questions – call Chris MacCormack 757 -7557

On the display table in the Social Room are Close the Camp buttons. Put $2 in when you take your button out.  Additional dollars will go to RAICES

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