Alice Primack is chair of the Social Justice Council at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Gainesville (UUFG). She is a retired science librarian from the University of Florida, and a member of UUFG since 1976. She and her husband considered UUFG their 'Village' as they raised their three children, and Alice served in many different roles, overseeing playground activities during services, teaching RE, chairing the Children and Youth Committee and later the College Ministry committee, Worship Committee, and serving on the Board. Alice's passion is social justice, and she organizes social justice activities for the UUFG congregation and the public. She volunteers with others from UUFG in an after-school program for children in poverty, and in helping pack Hunger Backpacks for children who get free breakfast and lunch at school but are hungry on weekends. She is a member of the City of Gainesville's Dismantling Racism Change Team where she facilitates Study Circles on Prejudice and Bias, which are small diverse groups meeting for 6 weeks to talk and then doing an action project together. Alice is also a board member of ACTION Network and represents UUFG in other groups such as Alachua County Labor Coalition. Recently Alice's social justice work was recognized by the Gainesville Commission on the Status of Women, with the Elizabeth Cady Stanton award.