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Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Association's (UUA) press room. Our faith tradition calls us to be actively engaged in justice-making by advocating on behalf of oppressed peoples, working toward a healthier, more sustainable world, and witnessing for a more just and tolerant society.
The UUA media kits offer background information on the UUA President and our important work on social justices issues to help members of the press learn more about the work of the Association and its member congregations.
Current and archived UUA press releases and statements by the UUA President are available for the media.
Archived news coverage of Unitarian Universalism including congregational stories, stories about the UUA, and stories related to our work on social justice issues is available. The news index search feature allows you to find news stories related to a specific topic.
To arrange an interview with a spokesperson from the UUA or for any other media inquiries, please contact Jill Goddard, Public Relations Director, at (617) 948-4386 or pr @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Thursday, March 28, 2013.
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