A Conversation with Jennifer Teed

Once a month we invite special guests to join us at our Thoughtful Thursday gathering to tell us more about the work they are doing in the community and answer any questions we might have. On Thursday, April 29 at 7:00 PM, we are honored to be joined by Jennifer Teed, Special Projects Coordinator at the Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network.

As a lifelong Unitarian Universalist, Jennifer is strongly committed to
working for Social Justice. She is active with Detroit Area Showing Up
for Racial Justice (SURG), the Peoples Water Board, the Michigan Coalition Against Tar Sands (MiCats), the Detroit Light Brigade, and was very active in Occupy Detroit in 2011. In addition to consulting for MUUSJN, Jennifer has taught art in after-school programs in Detroit, served as a Director of Religious Education at the Detroit and Farmington UU Churches, and is a visual artist who experiments with many mediums. She lives in Detroit with her life partner Eric and their dog, Muhammad Ali.


Jennifer looks forward to sharing her experiences as a changemaker with us as well as information about MUUSJN and the issues/projects they are currently working on.

Visit the UUCC calendar for login information for this virtual event and join in the conversation!