First Unitarian Universalist Church of Winnipeg
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February 17th: The Meth Crisis: When Addiction is Created by Socio-Economic Change
Service Speaker: Jim Silver
Service Leader: The Social Justice Team
Service Coordinator: MC Ziegler
Join us as Jim Silver discusses how 40 years of socio-economic and technological revolution have led to many changes, including Winnipeg's skyrocketing meth addiction problem, and considers what the solutions might be.
Jim Silver is a Professor in the UW's Urban and Inner-City Studies Department at Merchants Corner on Selkirk Avenue. Jim was pivotal in the transformation of the old Merchants Hotel into Merchants Corner. He teaches, speaks and publishes extensively on anti-poverty strategies, education and inner-city renewal.
From the Minister's Study - February 2019
This month our ministry theme is Truth & Lies. In today’s culture, in which gaslighting and numerous logical fallacies are used to harm and divide people at an alarming rate, this is one of the most important themes we as a community can think about and engage. Towards that end, I want to share with you a story shared online by Ria Megnin:
One of my friends told me about a powerful lesson in her daughter's high school class this winter. They're learning about the Salem Witch Trials, and their teacher told them they were going to play a game.
Our Newsletter, The Communicator 2019 Issues
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