Photo by Tim Mossholder.
True, moving, stories, told in front of a live audience: you! Enjoy food, stories and fellowship while supporting UU Social Justice organizing in New Hampshire!
This year’s theme: Wholeness
Joanna Meyer is a long-time UU in Montpelier VT. She taught psychology at Johnson State college, has 4 superlative children and 7 visionary grandchildren.
Roy Goodman grew up in South Africa and was educated in Israel. He immigrated to America in 1972. His second novel, Isaac's Story, will be released shortly.
Brenda Bailey Lett is the National Secretary of the National Coalition Of Blacks for Reparations in America (N’COBRA), Board Chair of NH Black Women Health Project, Board Member, of the Greater Manchester Black Scholarship Foundation and Former President, NAACP Manchester Branch. She has Masters in Community Mental Health and Community Economic Development from Southern NH University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of Dubuque. Brenda is an community activist and social justice advocate.
She is also the author of The Race Between and is a member of UU Manchester.
Laurilee Roy Graduated from Hesser College with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and then went onto SNHU and earned a Master Degree of Education and Special Education. She is a member of the Greater Manchester NAACP and CEA (Correctional Educators Association).
True, meaningful stories told in front of a live audience: you!
Enjoy food, stories and and fellowship while supporting UU Social Justice organizing in New Hampshire.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: I cannot afford the $25 ticket fee. Can I still attend?
Answer: Yes! No one will be turned away for a lack of funds. We encourage you to donate to UU Action NH as much as you are able. All donations are greatly appreciated!
Question: You said there will be food. Does that mean dinner?
Answer: No. We will provide snacks and desserts.
Rev. Emily Burr
Rev. Lyn Marshall
Rev. Dr. Judith Wright