Speakers


We offer knowledgeable, eloquent speakers who can offer sermons, educational talks and trainings about human trafficking and modern slavery throughout the country.

Rev. Amy Zucker Morgenstern

Amy has been a Unitarian Universalist since 1992. In her over 15 years as a minister, she has served our congregations in Middlebury, VT, Rutland, VT, and (since 2003) Palo Alto, CA. Her sermons have garnered awards continentally and from the Pacific Central District, and appear frequently on Quest for Meaning, the Church of the Larger Fellowship’s online ministry. Her sermon titled “A Modern Abolition Movement” is included in the Not For Sale Campaign’s online worship resources for faith communities concerned about modern slavery (under “Sermon Notes”). A skilled facilitator of workshops and seminars, she has taught UU seminarians the art of Adult Religious Education in a course at Starr King School for the Ministry and developed numerous educational workshops for youth and adults, including co-authoring The Bisexuality Curriculum. She is a founding member of the UU Abolitionists.

Sermon topics: A Modern Abolition Movement, Turning Passion Into Progress
Workshop topics: Human Trafficking 101, Organizing Your Congregation to Combat Human Trafficking

Deborah Pembrook

Deborah’s bio is available upon request.

If you are a UU Abolitionist and are interested in being a part of the UU Abolitionists Speakers’ Bureau, please send a letter of interest and qualifications to info@uuabolitionists.org.