We at United for a Fair Economy recognize that we are in the midst of a disaster, a world-wide public health and economic crisis not witnessed in living memory.
Building a more fair economy capable of better responding to crises requires a more equitable allocation of resources to communities that have been historically disadvantaged or exploited. As we’ve seen with natural disasters in places like New Orleans and Puerto Rico, crises compound already existent inequalities, causing devastation for people of color in particular, while generating opportunities for a powerful few. Uplifting these marginalized voices is the best way to move forward and ensure lasting, economic change that benefits everyone, not just the wealthy.Read more
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Richard Lindayen published When Facilitating Silence Isn't Awkward, It's Essential in Blog 2019-12-29 18:43:13 -0500
It was the last day of a four-day Training of Trainers at United for a Fair Economy... most had spoken up during one activity or another, but there was one participant -an elder Latina- who had hardly spoken at all. Ok, I thought, no need to push.
Really though, her silence made me nervous. Did she disapprove? Did she feel unsafe? I thought there might be something we were doing wrong or, at the very least, that we needed to adjust.Read more
Richard Lindayen published 80 Ways to Make your Presentation More Effective in Infographics 2019-12-10 13:19:16 -0500
There are so many ways to turn your "audience" into active participants. We know from experience that learners are more likely to understand, retain, and apply knowledge if they are engaging their heads, hearts, and hands.
If we want people to take action in groups to end inequality we can't afford to use the same top-down learning methods over and over again. We want people to leave feeling that they have the solution and the means to implement it. Then again, if you're reading this you probably knew that... [CONTINUE READING]
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Morgan recently joined the UFE team as the Fundraising and Operations Associate in December 2019. In this role she ensures the operations of the organization run smoothly and supports fundraising efforts.
Morgan grew up in Key West, Florida and Marshfield, Massachusetts. She graduated from Connecticut College with a BA in History and Hispanic Studies. Morgan is passionate about joining people and groups, like UFE, that are building the collective strength and insight needed to transform a culture and an economy built on inequity, racism, and domination. Outside of work, she supports community organizing through the Greater Boston Childcare Collective (GBCC) and Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ Boston). As a GBCC planning team member, she coordinates a network of volunteers that supports local grassroots groups by providing free and affordable childcare during meetings, events, & actions so that caregivers and children can fully participate.
Prior to UFE, Morgan worked at YW Boston for three years launching their advocacy and public policy efforts for racial and gender equity in the city. She also was a staff volunteer for the organization’s high school social justice program for two years.
She is a cat-person and enjoys boxing, facilitating fun meetings, watching Studio Ghibli films, and curating monthly playlists.
Richard Lindayen published Training Network Launches in North Carolina in Blog 2019-11-05 14:20:05 -0500
Thank you to all those who attended the Training of Trainers in North Carolina! Over three days, participants became trainers, gaining new skills to facilitate workshops and build the movement to raise the minimum wage.Read more
Richard Lindayen published Catch up with our Director, Jeannette Huezo in Blog 2019-11-05 13:19:26 -0500
Our executive director, Jeannette Huezo, has been very busy this year! Take a moment to catch up on the awards she's received, the panels she's spoken on, and the work she's led.Read more
Richard Lindayen published Celebrating 25 Years United for a Fair Economy in Blog 2019-10-14 20:03:51 -0400
Thanks to all who joined us for a celebration of United for a Fair Economy's past, present and future! For a quarter century, UFE has been at the forefront of supporting movements for economic justice. In honor of our 25th anniversary, we gathered in community to view performances by local and national artists, listen to presentations from movement leaders, and enjoy food.
If you would like to look at our photographer Pedro Cruz’s photos from the event, you may view them here.Read more
Richard Lindayen published Report Back: UALE's 2019 Southern Women Workers School in Blog 2019-10-02 17:26:50 -0400
Every year the United Association for Labor Education hosts four regional women worker's schools. For the past two years, our Executive Director & Senior Popular Educator, Jeannette Huezo, has been invited there to facilitate our "Connecting the Dots: Race, Gender and Economic Inequality" workshop.
Jeannette had this to say: "We had a great time learning from one another's stories that revealed so many struggles, and also common ground, at UALE's Southern Women Worker's School. What an amazing opportunity to be in this space!"Read more
In honor of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., our annual report looks at the state of racial economic inequality in the US. This year's report, State of the Dream 2019: The Perfect Storm, explores how race and economic injustice are connected to natural disaster resilience and recovery.Read more