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Your Voice Will Be Heard!

Posted by Carey McDonald // February 15th 2012 // Events and Opportunities, On Campus, UUA, young adults, youth // no comments

From UUA Vice President Rev. Harlan Limpert.-Ed.

Dear Friend:

Two to five minutes of your time answering this very brief survey will ensure your voice is heard by the President of the Unitarian Universalist Association and the UUA Board of Trustees.

It was designed specifically for Youth & Young Adults and people of color connected in some way with the Unitarian Universalist Association. The results will augment survey results received eight weeks ago from a broader group of randomly selected UUs.

Please complete this survey only once, but feel free to share it with anyone else who identifies as a youth (defined as high school age youth) or young adult (ages 18 to 35) or as a person of color by sharing this post, posting it on your Facebook page or blog, tweeting the link, or any other method you desire. We hope for enthusiastic participation.

It is completely confidential, though the aggregate results will be public. If you would like a personal copy of the final report, email Kiki Giatis at kgiatis@uua.org. She will send you the final report when it is complete in early April.

Background: a survey very similar to this one was distributed two months ago to approximately 3,000 UUs. About 1200 responded within a week. However, the respondents did not include nearly the number of youth and young adults or people of color needed to serve as valuable feedback to the UUA President and the UUA Board of Trustees. The survey is an attempt to remedy that fact.

Thank you for taking the time to make your voice heard. A response within five days would be greatly appreciated.

Click here to begin the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NationalUUsurveyFebruary2012.


Rev. Harlan Limpert serves as Vice President, Ministries & Congregational Support (MCS) of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations

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