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The major presentations of the 2012 Unitarian Universalist Association Social Justice General Assembly in Phoenix, Arizona. This year's assembly, prompted by the passage of SB 1070 in Arizona, had a special focus on training and witness opportunities to help participants fight for human rights, especially on behalf of migrants and people of color. Includes the Berry Street Essay by Rev. Fredric Muir, the Sophia Lyon Fahs lecture by Louise Derman-Sparks, the Ware lecture by Maria Hinojosa, and sermons from the Service of the Living Tradition (Rev. Karen Tse) and the Sunday morning worship service (Rev. John Crestwell).
Includes bonus material--Resistance: A Memoir of Civil Disobedience in Maricopa County
, by Annette S. Marquis. Resistance is a memoir of Marquis's arrest and time in Sheriff Joe Arpaio's jail as a result of her participation in the National Day of Non-Compliance, protesting SB 1070, in May of 2010.