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CCC: Resources for Organizing Your Congregation or Community

Economic justice is essential for securing basic human rights. Recognizing that workers’ rights are human rights, UUSC is committed to defending and supporting living wages, fair trade, and workers’ right to organize — and you are essential to these efforts. As a consumer, you have the power to make a difference in the lives of workers every day when you choose services and products that align with your values of justice and equality. UUSC’s Choose Compassionate Consumption (CCC) initiative helps you figure out how to do that.

Use the resources below to organize your congregation or community in support of workers' rights.

Featured Resources

  • Download the CCC Community Coordinator Tool Kit, designed specifically for congregational leaders. It has everything you need to organize educational discussions and advocacy activities for your congregation.
  • Download the ROC National Diners' Guide and use it to talk with restaurant owners when you go out to eat. (There's also a supplemental document here about how to use the guide.)