Facing reversals of progress, grassroots justice communities both respond to threats and persevere in longstanding resistance campaigns. How might UUs show up with our partners while also tending our spiritual homes? Hear stories of how we have formed trusted relationships in the past, and how we might deepen or begin partnerships now.
Sandy Weir is a human rights advocate who participates with indigenous persons and migrants from Mexico and Central America, and also with persons of privilege who wish to resist racism and increase their understanding of intercultural issues. Sandy and her husband Don are members of the UU Congregation of Phoenix and they live in downtown Phoenix. Sandy worked for many years as a mapmaker and community planner.