Sunday’s Blue Hills Unitarian-Universalist service will be led by member Ginny Gelineau, accompanied by friends from the Gelineau’s winter home in the Rio Grande Valley, Texas. As they became active in immigration issues in this target area, the Gelineaus came into contact with the “Angry Tias and Abuelas of the RGV” – a group of nine women who banded together in June 2018 to focus on family separation and the zero tolerance policies of our government. The group has been joined by volunteers from all over the U.S. who are helping either in person or in creative ways from a distance.
Two of the members, Beverly Ortiz and Madeleine Sandefur will speak to us LIVE from the Rio Grande, sharing their mission, goals and accomplishments in this challenging arena. More information and their mission statement can be found at www.angrytiasandabuelas.com.
BHUU will continue to meet in cyber space via ZOOM for our 10:00 Sunday morning services, and urge members as well as guests to take part. The Zoom link will be sent to members during the week, but all are invited to participate; visitors may contact Ken Hood > firstname.lastname@example.org for the link needed to join the service.