Do you enjoy social justice themed literature and speakers? How could your congregation use a UUA Bookstore gift card?
Enter your information below for the chance to win:
Eight free copies of Prison Baby by Deborah Jiang Stein, published by Beacon Press, and a talk by the author for your congregation
OR a $20 gift card to the UUA Bookstore.
This Mamas Day, we have two exciting opportunities for congregations celebrating during their Sunday services! By entering your congregation's Mamas Day service below, you have the chance to win either eight free copies of Prison Baby and a talk by the author at your congregation (in person or via conference call, depending on location and availability), OR a $20 gift card to the UUA Bookstore. These are both awesome opportunities to further your congregations reproductive justice work!
Prison Baby is Deborah Jiang Stein's memoir of her path to acceptance and understanding after being born in prison to a heroin-addicted mother. For years Deborah turned to drugs, violence, and crime as a way to cope with her grief, but ultimately overcame the stigma, shame, and secrecy of her birth and found peace by helping others - proving that redemption and acceptance are possible, even from the darkest corners.
On Mamas Day, Sunday, May 11th, we will be drawing three congregation winners to receive copies of Prison Baby, and one congregation winner to receive at $20 UUA Bookstore gift card. Make sure to enter your congregation below!
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