- Is engaged with critical justice issues in the local community and in the larger world.
- Can apply the lens of power and privilege in the areas of antiracism, anti-oppression, and multiculturalism.
- Understands basics of community organizing and value of broad-based coalitions.
- Connects the history of UU justice engagement to the present.
As per the Requirements for Fellowship Booklet and Appendix.
The list below includes the required readings (as per the MFC) for each competency. Click on the link provided to learn about accessing the material (and to recall it from the borrowing patron, if on loan!)