Candidates for 2013-2014 Youth Observer to the UUA Board of Trustees

Youth and Youth Allies, take time to learn about the candidates for Youth

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Observer and the process for voting. Then mobilize your youth community to vote. Reach out to nearby congregations and encourage their youth participation, ensuring that youth in large congregations and small congregations all know about the Youth Observer election.

Unitarian Universalist People of Color Help Build Our Beloved Multicultural Community

Would you like to meet virtually with other UUs of Color (Latino/a and Hispanic, Multiracial/Multiethnic, Native American, Asian, Arab, African descent, trans-racially adopted and bi-racial)

Whether you are in a congregation where you are one of a few People of Color, or

You are in a congregation with a solid community of People of Color,

There are other UUs who could benefit from being with you.

We will be using a small group ministry format to get to know each other and build a virtual community.

Interested? Check it out.
No commitment required for the first conversation.
Plans are for conversations to occur monthly.
Computer or phone access required.
Open to adults, young adults, and youth.

Online Meetings

Sunday, May19 at 4 pm EST/3 pm CST/2 pm MST/1 pm PST

Monday, May 20 at 10 pm EST/9 pm CST/8 pm MST/ 7 pm PST

Tuesday, May 21 at 8 pm EST/7 pm CST/6 pm MST/5 pm PST

Sign up by emailing: by May 15, 2013

Tell me your name, contact information (city, state, phone number) and which meeting time you prefer. Additional information will be emailed to you. If you are interested, but unable to meet during the scheduling times, let me know.

Convener Jessica York is a black religious educator in the Resource Development office at the Unitarian Universalist Association. She is part of a team creating resources to help Unitarian Universalism become a more welcoming multicultural community.

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Apply to Become a Candidate For Youth Observer

The Youth Observer to the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Board of Trustees is an important, national leadership position that functions as the primary liaison between General Assembly (GA) Youth Caucus and the Board, but represents a larger youth voice on the Board. See the Statement from the 2010-2011 Youth Observer for more information on what it is like to be the Youth Observer.

For more information click here.