“After the Fall of Roe: Where We Go from Here” with Rev. Kelli Clement

On this Mother’s Day, we explore reproductive justice for all, and how Unitarian Universalists can actively respond to the limits placed on our freedoms.

Rev. Kelli Clement (she/her) serves two congregations: She’s an Assistant Minister at First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, where her portfolio includes Social Justice and Welcome. She is also ¼ time minister at the St. Croix UU Fellowship in St. Croix Falls, WI. At FUS she manages the role of congregation as plaintiff in the lawsuit Doe v. Minnesota. She is the former Executive Director of the Minnesota Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, and a graduate of United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, where she is on the adjunct faculty. Using art play as spiritual practice, Kelli loves to play in paint, paper, and glue. She lives near Lake Nokomis with husband Mike, college sophomore Sofia, and mini-poodle Memphis.

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