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May 21, 2024

Your Support Needed: UUSC Partner Facing Backlash in Fiji

A Pacific partner is confronting retaliatory lawsuits for their advocacy against a mining company.

May 17, 2024

Pacific Leaders Gear Up for Climate Justice Push

UUSC partners are coordinating strategy ahead of major UN climate meetings.

May 17, 2024

From Horror to Healing: A May 22 Event with UUSC Partner Jo-Jikum

Join us for a unique webinar experience about a too-little-known part of U.S. nuclear history—and what our partners are doing about it today.

May 14, 2024

Haiti’s Struggle for Democracy Lives On

In spite of horrific violence, hope remains for a Haitian-led solution to the crisis.

May 13, 2024

AAPI History Month: Celebrating Resilience Through Partnership

May 7, 2024

3 Reasons to Take Trump’s Threats Seriously 

Trump’s plans for militarized mass deportations go beyond bluster. UUSC and its partners are preparing for any potential contingencies that may happen.

May 3, 2024

Through a Solidarity Lens: Indigenous Women’s Intergenerational Leadership

Our new partner photo series highlights the profound influence and leadership of Indigenous women globally

April 23, 2024

The World’s Most Dangerous Country for Environmental Defenders

Eight years after Berta Cáceres’s murder, nature defenders are still at risk in Honduras.

April 19, 2024

On This Earth Day, May We—and Our Movement—Flourish Again

Revive: verb - to restore to life; to flourish again; bring back

April 19, 2024

Tribe-Led Relocation Thwarted

The consequences of climate change forced an Indigenous community in Louisiana to relocate away from their ancestral lands. The government failed to abide by their Tribe-led relocation plan. This is the story about one of the first U.S. communities displaced by climate change.