Dan Hotchkiss

Dan Hotchkiss is a Unitarian Universalist pastor and a senior consultant with the Alban Institute. In July 2009, he wrote an article for Church Executive magazine about how churches are making do with less from donors in the current economy.

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Kim Crawford Harvie

The Rev. Kim Crawford Harvie is pastor of Arlington Street Church, a Unitarian Universalist church in Boston. The congregation joined the New Sanctuary Movement.

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Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth

The Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth encourages Unitarian Universalists and organizations at all levels to articulate Unitarian Universalist theology, principles and values around Earth ministry and to develop common language to facilitate their environmental justice work.

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Manish K. Mishra-Marzetti

Manish K. Mishra-Marzetti, a Hindu and the son of Indian immigrants, is the senior minister of The First Parish in Lincoln, Mass. He is president of Diverse & Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries, which serves denominational members of color.

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A. Hiro Nishikawa

A. Hiro Nishikawa of Haverford, Pa., is a third-generation Japanese American and a national board member of the Japanese American Citizens League. As a child, he was incarcerated during World War II with his family in a concentration camp in Poston, Ariz. Raised Buddhist (Shin-shu), he is active in the Unitarian Universalist Church.

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Victoria Weinstein

The Rev. Victoria Weinstein is pastor of First Parish Church of Norwell, Mass., a Unitarian Universalist congregation. In May 2006, she delivered a sermon on the spiritual value of animals.

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Unitarian Universalist Animal Ministry

Unitarian Universalist Animal Ministry promotes animal rights and welfare issues among members of the Unitarian Universalist Association. It is based in Burlington, Vt. Mark Causey is president.

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