- Who We Are
- What We Do
- Partnership Model
- Focus Areas
- Campaigns and Actions
- Public Policy
- UU College of Social Justice
- What You Can Do
- Ways to Give
- Get Involved
- Enlist Your Congregation
- Read Our Blog
- Shop in Our Store
- Media Center
- Volunteer Network Resources
- Campaign Resources
- Multimedia Resources
- Congregational Resources
As a member of UUSC, you will join a community of more than 47,000 supporters who share your ideals and values. You will also stay up-to-date on human rights issues through regular mailings, action alerts, and a subscription to our newsletter, Rights Now. All dues-paying members of UUSC will automatically be subscribed to our monthly e-newsletter, Values in Action, unless they ask otherwise. The basic one-year dues are $40, with lower dues available for students/youth and seniors.
» Learn more about membership
» Become a UUSC Member now
By subscribing to our e-mail list, you will stay informed about the latest news on issues you care about. You will also get the chance to make your voices heard, when decision-makers most need to hear from people committed to human rights and social justice. You will receive our monthly e-newsletter, Values in Action, and periodic alerts about urgent actions and humanitarian crises. Subscribing is easy — and free!
» Subscribe now
Make your voices heard! E-mail or call decision-makers and make sure human rights and social justice are not ignored.
» Respond to action alerts now
The UUSC National Volunteer Network directly connects Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations across the United States to
UUSC, and to one another, to accomplish human rights and social justice
» Learn more, including how to become a volunteer
As a UUSC media advocate, you will help to raise awareness of critical social justice issues in the United States and around the world and influence public opinion. Specifically, UUSC media advocates engage the media to raise issues relating to UUSC's program work and advocacy campaigns.
» Learn more about media advocacy
Participate in a JustWorks trip and other service-learning experiences! The UU College of Social Justice provides unique opportunities for social justice activists to translate their values into action by participating in on-the-ground projects that involve issues such as race, class, and gender.
» Learn more about service learning trips
Meet us at the UUA General Assembly! Each year, UUSC offers an array of workshops, special events, and other unique opportunities for Unitarian Universalists to join together in advancing human rights.
» Learn more
Global Justice Summer Internships are offered to young adults interested in exploring global social-justice issues in a Unitarian Universalist (UU) context.
» Learn more about summer internships