“Whose Body Is It, Anyway?”

Whose Body Is It, Anyway?

Sarah Berel-Harron, leading

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Justice (RJ), as defined by the thought leader Sister Song, is “the human right to maintain personal bodily autonomy, have children, not have children, and parent the children we have in safe and sustainable communities.” We’ll explore how the RJ framework evolved and how it can inform our justice-seeking, grounded in our Unitarian Universalist values.

About Sarah Berel-Harrop:

I’m the intern minister at the Texas Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry and a seminarian at Meadville Lombard Theological School. I grew up UU, and raised two children as UUs, in Houston, Texas, and I’ve been engaged in congregational life in Houston and the Dallas Fort Worth area in many capacities – religious educator, social justice chair, and board leadership. I’m passionate about nurturing groups and communities grounded in relationship and trust that offer alternatives to organizations based in domination and control.

About Texas Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry (TXUUJM):

Guided by Unitarian Universalist principles, TXUUJM educates & organizes member congregations, and partners with sympathetic organizations in order to advocate effectively for public policies that bend Texas toward justice. Your justice ministry adopted the 8th principle last year.

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