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Corporations 1, Citizens 0

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Corporations 1, Citizens 0

Who says you can't fight City Hall? Corporations win battles with local governments all the time, as the people of Wellfleet, Mass., learned the hard way.

May/June 2003

Restaurant justice

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Restaurant justice

How often do we consider the well-being of the people who make and serve us our meals?

Jessie Bennett Spring 2014

Resources on corporate privilege

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Resources on corporate privilege

Learn more about corporate privilege and ways citizens can work for change.

Jane Greer May/June 2003

Famous consultant and forgotten minister

Looking back

Famous consultant and forgotten minister

Grandson of a slave, Clarence Bertrand Thompson was a Unitarian minister, management expert, and biochemist.

John A. Buehrens January/February 2004

With diversity comes strength

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With diversity comes strength

Our congregations are only starting to embrace what we teach our children.

The Rev. Mr. Barb Greve Summer 2011

Ephraim Nute, free-state minister

Looking back

Ephraim Nute, free-state minister

New England Unitarians and other abolitionists helped found Lawrence, Kansas.

September/October 2004

Hut schools for India's child laborers

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Hut schools for India's child laborers

The UUA Holdeen India Program supports schools for child laborers.

David Zucchino July/August 2001

How much do we deserve?

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How much do we deserve?

How much inequality can a democracy experience and survive? What is economic justice?

Richard S. Gilbert November/December 2001

The moral arc reconsidered

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The moral arc reconsidered

Empirical evidence that the arc of the moral universe bends toward justice.

John Weston Spring 2013

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