Yendif Video Share - Search
Phoca Download Search Plugin
Search - JEvent Locations
Search - JEvents
Search - Ignite Gallery
Search - Categories
Search - Contacts
Search - Content
Search - News Feeds
Search - Web Links
Search - Tags

Find Our Online Services

Worship With Us Online

 Locate Our Congregations

NTUUC County Map Image

NTUUC Strategic Plan

Plan as of Aug 2020

Events Around the Cluster Calendar



Loading the player...

The Sanders Lecture Series
Presents Ernesto Cortes

Ernesto Cortes Flyer

Organizing to Improve Public Schools

The lecture presented on Oct. 12th, 2009 was recorded by videographer This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and runs approx. 51 minutes. You can view a slideshow of the event featuring photography by Roy O'Dell.(

Cortes Lecture Photos



Center for Civic Literacy (TCU)
Allied Communities of Tarrant (ACT)
Fort Worth Independent School District

 Websites related to Ernesto Cortes:

weblink symbol Industrial Areas Foundation
weblink symbolWikipedia - Industrial Areas Foundation
weblink symbolThe Heinz Awards - Ernesto J. Cortes, Jr.
weblink symbolSocial Justice - Ernesto Cortes Jr. - Fast Company
weblink symbolWikipedia - Ernesto Cortes
weblink symbolDallas Area Interfaith (DAI) – Dallas, Texas
weblink symbolAllied Communities of Tarrant (ACT) – Fort Worth, Texas

The Hardy Sanders Lectures Series

The Sanders Lecture Series was inspired by the immeasurable contributions of Hardy and Betty Sanders to Unitarian Universalism and to the people of all faiths in North Texas and beyond. Hardy and Betty Sanders are well known in their community for their generosity and good works.

The Sanders Lectures are underwritten by the North Texas Association of Unitarian Universalist Societies (NTAUUS), and its member congregations to recognize the contributions of Hardy and Betty Sanders. The Hardy Sanders Lecture Series present messages from respected and recognized leaders in social justice, economic justice and environmental issues intended to shed light on issues of importance for our local area, state and nation and to motivate you to take action to continue their work.

Past Lectures:

The first Sanders Lecture, "With Justice for All," was presented by Morris Dees, Founder and Chief Trial Counsel of the Southern Poverty Law Center.