Cooking Together: Recipes for Immigration Justice Work, allowed Unitarian Universalist individuals, congregations, and groups to access and share resources for examining a faithful response to immigration justice issues as we moved toward Justice General Assembly in June 2012 in Phoenix. It also helped UUA staff identify what resources did not exist already in congregations and groups, and work to prepare such resources. After careful reflection this past summer, it has been decided that the purpose of this blog has been met, and that it is time to for this particular project to end.

Those at General Assembly, and those following from home, left with a clear charge to continue immigration justice learning, partnership-building, and advocacy work in their own contexts. There were and are resources that are part of Cooking Together that can be helpful. In light of that, the blog is archived and remains accessible. Please feel free to browse using the links at the right. We have also transferred certain blog posts and resources to the immigration pages, the new Doctrine of Discovery pages, and the Worship Web.  Thanks to all for your open-hearted participation in this project- and blessings on your work in the year ahead! – Ed.

About the Author
Gail Forsyth-Vail
Gail Forsyth-Vail is the Adult Programs Director in the UUA Faith Development Office. She is a Credentialed Religious Educator, Master’s Level, who served congregations for 22 years before coming to the UUA in 2008. The 2007 recipient of the Angus MacLean Award for Excellence in Religious Education, she has written or developed many religious education resources for UUs of all ages. She and her spouse, P. Stephen Vail, are proud and happy parents of three young adult Unitarian Universalists.

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