As people of faith and members of compassionate and caring communities, we support measures to insure the health, safety and well being of all.
- We believe that accessible, affordable health care is a human right
- We believe that reproductive rights are reserved for women, their families and medical practitioners
- We seek to find a balance between the right of responsible gun ownership and safety for family, friends and community
- We reject violence, bullying, disrespect, racism, homophobia, aggression and oppression in our homes and in local, national and world communities
- We seek a balance between security and surveillance with an individual’s right to privacy
- We believe that criminal justice must focus on prevention, conflict de-escalation, compassion and rehabilitation.
- We believe that substance abuse and mental illness are public health issues - not criminal offenses
- We seek to end mass incarceration and the death penalty
See the Resolution passed by the UU Justice Florida Board of Directors January 10, 2018 in support of Floridians for an Alternative to the Death Penalty: FADP Resolution (150 KB)
FADP Resolution (150 KB)