Let Our Young People Lead and We Will Be One

led by Martha Durkee-Neuman

Within our Unitarian Universalist tradition, we have a powerful history of youth and young adult organizing and leadership. Our young people have often been at the forefront of change in our denomination and in our communities. Join us for an exploration of some of the stories from our shared history and a look at what our young people are asking of us today.

Martha Durkee-Neuman (she/her) is a lifelong UU young adult originally from Washington State, now living in Boston, MA. Martha serves as the Director of Religious Education at First Parish in Malden and is a second-year seminarian at Harvard Divinity School, pursuing UU ministry. She also works as an electoral political trainer, supporting grassroots progressive candidates for local public office in Massachusetts. Martha is passionate about interfaith solidarity, abolition, and transformative justice. She can often be found reading, hiking, and conducting Zoom finger puppet theater.

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