Canadian Unitarians for Social Justice

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Canadian Unitarians for Social Justice
The official CUSJ logo, featuring a flaming chalice and the CUSJ initialism.
Abbreviation CUSJ
Formation 1996
Type social justice religious organization
Purpose To develop and maintain a vibrant network of Unitarian social action in Canada and elsewhere and to proactively represent Unitarian principles and values in matters of social justice.[1]
Headquarters Moves about the country. Currently, Ottawa[2]
  • Canada
Official language
Mostly English
Margaret Rao
Key people
volunteer board
Affiliations Canadian Unitarian Council

Canadian Unitarians for Social Justice (CUSJ), established in 1996, is a Canadian Unitarian Universalist social justice organization that is an associate member of the Canadian Unitarian Council.[3] The organization publishes quarterly issues of JUSTnews and quarterly discussion papers each year.[4]


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