"Attach yourself to God... at the confluence of the three rivers of knowledge, right action, and devotion."
ਤੀਨਿ ਨਦੀ ਤਹ ਤ੍ਰਿਕੁਟੀ ਮਾਹਿ ਤੀਨਿ ਦੇਵ ਏਕ ਸੰਗਿ
- Adi Granth 344:15
As students settle into their school year, we're sobered by the long-term, multi-generational nature of building a more just and sacred society. In Santa Ana, a powerful coalition is breaking cycles to empower students. Los Angeles area refugee youth are receiving new backpacks through CLUE UCARE's second annual drive. And here in CLUE's Los Angeles office, six amazing young adults are bringing fresh energy and insight for the Fall semester-- right when we need it most!
A new school funding system requiring district accountability is paving the way for healthier student-authority relationships in Santa Ana schools. The diverse coalition that CLUE takes part in has already pushed for better campus oversight, education against bullying, and the elimination of the threat of deportation for undocumented students!
Join us in practicing restorative justice through community circles beginning Monday, October 10th at 6pm!
Friends of CLUE's UCARE Coalition have already donated a combined total of 128 backpacks to Central American refugee youth in Los Angeles, and our partner organizations have challenged us to collect 300 more! Contact Guillermo (email@example.com) to arrange a donation.
Special thanks to:
- Reverend Melinda Teter Dodge and Sabrina Moreau of Los Altos UMC
- Deacon Robert Vasquez of CLUE's LAX/Inglewood Committee
- Distribution Partners Immigrant Defenders Law Center, North Hills UMC, and Amanecer
We're blessed to have five incredible interns on our team for the Fall semester, with a sixth on the way! These dedicated students are already making amazing contributions to the field of social justice, and we know you'll keep hearing about their amazing work in the months to come.
We hope that all of the youth and young adults who are involved in or affected by the political process will energize you through a long political season! Stay tuned to read our full list of ballot recommendations and join the dialogue!