The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) moves forward, in its 83rd year, with courage and action, providing support to 70 grassroots partners in 50 countries around the globe. Our partners turn from despair as UUSC, with our congregation’s help, supports and advances creative solutions to our partners’ human rights challenges. Jane Facente and Emily Stoper will offer stories of some of their work that highlight their extraordinary needs and their even more extraordinary courage.
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