UFE seeks someone who is committed to systemic change and excited to work for a small, but impactful social justice organization. We have a supportive and flexible work culture that values well-being and collaboration. The Operations Manager will ensure the day-to-day operations run smoothly and improve internal operating systems for the longevity of the organization. They will hold a key role on the team in managing the administrative and logistical aspects of the organization such as the annual budget, human resources, internal meetings, donation entry, and the care of staff. We are looking for someone who enjoys being behind the scenes, thinking through how to make processes easier for staff, and who is willing to spend most of their time on administrative and logistical responsibilities.Read more
The racist rhetoric of "replacement theory" has led to a dramatic increase in violence against people of color.
Elected officials that have weaponized replacement theory to incite fear and hate must be held accountable.Read more
We are excited to release a timely update to a popular UFE workshop, "War and the Economy: Too Many Guns, Not Enough Butter."
This interactive workshop explores the impact of war and militarism on the US economy, examines militarism from race, gender, and class perspectives, and demonstrates how war and militarism drain communities of basic resources.
What makes us safer: more militarization, or investing in global climate and green energy solutions?Read more
UFE is proud to congratulate Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson!
The confirmation of Ketanji Jackson, the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court, is a historic event. Many Senate Republicans voted against her confirmation, attempting to distract from her experience and credibility. Though this proved unsuccessful, it’s unfortunate that so many would choose to vote against someone who is extremely qualified, seemingly only to obstruct progress.Read more
We are excited to share all that we've been up to with you... Watch in Spanish or English, it's filled with photos and stories!
Estamos emocionados de compartir contigo todo lo que hemos estado haciendo... Míralo en español o inglés, ¡está lleno de fotos e historias!
On Thursday, March 3, 2022, UFE lost one of our dear friends and a former leader of the organization, Ann Manning, to cancer. Ann stepped into the role of Interim Executive Director for one year, serving from July 2008 through June 2009.Read more
(English Below) El programa "Encuentro" con Julio Villagrán y la comunidad Salvadoreña en Carolina del Norte le invitan a un conversatorio sobre la realidad actual en nuestro país y aquí en Estados Unidos.Read more
The growing racial and economic divide is the result of hundreds of years of laws, practices and policies created to sustain white supremacy and protect white wealth.
The national holiday on Monday depicts Martin Luther King Jr.’s efforts as a part of history. But the fight that he dedicated his life to has not yet been won. Dr. King once described the civil rights victories of the 1960s as having achieved “a degree of decency, not of equality.”Read more
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, we have been busier than ever working with organizers and activists to help build and sustain movements for economic, racial, and gender justice. Now is the time to come together - while remaining physically distant - to build even more powerful movements for justice and fix the broken systems harming our communities.
UFE is not fighting to get back to business as usual; together, we're redefining usual. We are demanding a world capable of providing real health and safety for all, and daring to imagine bold visions of what this world can look like. Learn more about our work below!
We are disgusted at the lack of justice in the recent jury decision that found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty of homicide or recklessly endangering the safety of others, but we have also heard the circular, racist arguments given by white supremacists attempting to justify their actions too many times to be shocked.Read more