“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”

-- Margaret Mead

OUR UNITED VISION FOR IDAHO

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United Vision for Idaho, in partnership with the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, conducts online training programs  to provide critical statewide capabilities to explore the "spiral of injustice" and to demonstrate how, unless interrupted, it can devolve through a sequence of language, avoidance, discrimination, violence and culminate in elimination.

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We welcome your generous contributions, as well as your personal involvement. United Vision for Idaho is a registered 501 (c)(3) charitable nonprofit.

United Vision for Idaho, based in Boise, is the state's oldest and largest coalition dedicated to social, economic and environmental justice; rooted in a core principle that we must work together to enhance the lives of all people. Through public education, civic action, policy change, and leadership development we challenge systemic discrimination it all its forms, and advocate for policies that lead to an equitable distribution of power, wealth, and opportunity.

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In Idaho, and throughout the Northwest, keeping public lands in public hands is increasingly a nonpartisan position. With Donald Trump’s persistent lies about Inauguration Day, public lands have been getting more attention. You may not have thought of land privatization as a feminist issue. But Kimberly Fanshier, writing in Everyday Feminist Magazine, sets the record straight. Read her complete article here.

 Kimberly Fanshier is a writer, activist, scholar, and queer feminist outlaw from Oregon’s Willamette Valley.

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STATEWIDE TRAINING PROGRAMS

We were delighted to talk with students at Anser Charter School in Garden City to discuss how to identify and understand our own privilege, and use it to interrupt injustice and discrimination. The engagement of these young people provides a poignant reminder they look to us to support, guide and stand for them so we can all do better together.

Our diversity enables us to examine and consider both the root causes of systemic oppression and marginalization too many Idahoans face. Join us as we work together to identify and develop ways to overcome the causes of this discrimination, especially on behalf of those who are most vulnerable.The signup form is here.

International Women March May 8

The UVIdaho Blog provides regular updates and background on events and issues relating to political engagement, social and environmental justice, and human rights in Idaho, in the nation, and throughout the world. Our Blog reports include attribution, resources, and links to additional information and context to help you be better informed and better prepared. As John F. Kennedy said, "The ignorance of one voter in a democracy impairs the security of all."

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