Mar 16, 2008
Sermon delivered by Dr. Charlie Clements on March 16, 2008. Dr. Clements serves as President of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee. He is a human rights and public health advocate, renowned for his courageous leadership on a range of domestic and international human rights and humanitarian issues. He is known throughout the human rights community for his ground-breaking efforts to end U.S. intervention in Central America in the 1980s and more recently for his efforts to raise international awareness about access to water as a human rights issue and of the danger of land mines. For more information visit www.uusc.org.governance changes are available.