Partners in Social Justice Work

On the way to the Capitol to lobby with Kansas People’s Agenda.

Protesting gun violence at the March for Our Lives.

Tabling at Juneteenth, commemorating the freeing of slaves in Texas.

Rev. Jonalu Johnstone, along with several other of our members, was arrested during the Poor People’s Campaign, fighting against racism, poverty, militarism, and environmental degradation.

We support a variety of groups in the community and state, including, the Poor People’s Campaign, Kansas People’s Agenda, and Manhattan Alliance for Peace and Justice.

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Equal rights and protections for LGBTQ citizens in Manhattan

UUFM has been on the forefront of defending the right to equal marriage and nondiscrimination. Working with other faith groups in our community, UUFM pushed the Manhattan City Commission to create an anti-discrimination ordinance that would offer protection for people of all gender identities and sexual orientations: KSNT News, and national coverage.

View the letter to City Commissioners.

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