The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee advances human rights through grassroots collaborations.
Documenting the Present, Looking to the Future
January 25, 2016
In 2015, UUSC celebrated 75 years of advancing human rights. From our beginnings to the present, we’ve worked tirelessly with our partners and supporters to make human rights into realities for people on the margins of society. As a final commemoration of the 75th anniversary, today UUSC dedicated a time capsule — filled with artifacts of our current work — to be opened on the occasion of UUSC’s 100th anniversary.
Well, we don’t want to give it all away, but we’ll give you a sneak peek:
- A letter to UUSC’s future from President and CEO Bill Schulz
- A list of the top UU congregations that support UUSC in its mission
- A video of UUSC’s 75th anniversary celebration
- Partner lists, publications, and more that documented our work in 2015
UUSC in 2040
What will the world look like in 2040, when future staff members open the time capsule? What will UUSC have weathered and what rights will we have pushed forward? Tell us what your hopes for the future of UUSC are! Then join us in ensuring that UUSC marches boldly forth into that future, challenging injustice with every step forwared.