The concept of economic justice is central to our Unitarian Universalist faith. The inherent worth and dignity of every human, our recognition of the interdependent web of life, and our belief that the “Beloved Community” must be realized through human effort – all of this requires our attention to how we share the wealth of our planet. As an outgrowth of these principles, we recognize the obligations of society to ensure that all people are able to obtain for themselves and their families the basic material needs of food, shelter, education and safety.