Death with Dignity

In 1988 the UUA passed a General Resolution entitled The Right to Die with Dignity. This resolution stated that “It is every person’s inviolable right to determine in advance the course of action to be taken in the event that there is no reasonable expectation of recovery from extreme physical or mental disability.” Today, 35 years later, this important call for end-of-life choice continues to struggle to be heard. This service will explore the evolution of this “inviolable right” from a personal and public policy perspective.
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UUCB Social Hour

You are invited to join the in-person social hour after the service.

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