31 UUs arrested at White House

McArdle, Elaine
December 2014
UU World;Winter2014, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p38
The article reports on the 31 Unitarian Universalists ((UU) who intentionally had themselves arrested on July 21, 2014 while protesting U.S. immigration policy at the White House in Washington, D.C. as part of Days of Action, a weekend of lobbying and protests by immigrant rights and religious organizations. A comment on the struggle of UUs for justice is presented. Also mentioned is the hunger strike by detainees at the North Detention Center in Tacoma, Wshngtn in support of the action.


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