Author Archives: Nancy Dietrich

The Water Project: Examining our relationship with our most precious resource

Nancy Dietrich is a resident of Urbana who became an environmentalist because she likes to breathe clean air and drink clean water. “Destruction of water resources and of forest catchments and aquifers is a form of terrorism. Denying poor people … Continue reading

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Death with Dignity film screening announcement

Free showing of award-winning film: How to Die in Oregon A film about death with dignity and choices at the end of life Saturday, July 8 9:30am- 12:30pm Urbana Free Library Sponsored by: Death with Dignity Group of the Unitarian-Universalist … Continue reading

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Save Our Safety Net!

A large number of mobilizations, actions, and educational programs have been planned and organized recently in response to attacks on many of our cherished government programs. One such event, entitled “Saving the Social Safety Net,” took place at Channing-Murray Foundation … Continue reading

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Feminist Reflections on the 2016 Presidential Election

By Nancy Dietrich and Julie Laut Nancy Dietrich lives in Urbana and is active in the C-U community.  She is a founding funder of the UCIMC. Julie Laut lives in Urbana and serves on the board of the Unitarian Universalist … Continue reading

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