• Stephen Buckingham

"UU The Vote" with a Transformative Narrative on Elections

In our society, government is seen as separate from us and elections as our way to change leaders rather than policies. However, if we want to transform our society, we need to adopt a different approach that engages the whole community in governance and sees voting as part of a broader effort to build power in order to shape policy. As people of faith, we are called to participate fully in making public policy, challenging the status quo, and building connections to create the Beloved Community.

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