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CUCC gathers to reflect on Mass Poor People’s Assembly & Moral March - June 21

On Sunday evening, June 21, at 8 PM after the National event, CUCC members and friends will gather by Zoom to discuss what we heard and how we want to respond.  Please join us for this after-event, and help enable CUCC’s impact.

For Zoom contact information, contact Jane Smith or sign up here
CUCC: What's next?
Sunday, June 21, 8PM on Zoom

On June 20 and 21, CUCC is participating in the VIRTUAL , nation-wide Mass Poor People’s  Assembly & Moral March on Washington, DC.

A Digital Gathering June 20 and 21, 2020
Broadcast June 20 at 10 AM, 6 PM,  and June 21 at 6 PM

On June 20th, we will participate in the largest digital and social media gathering of poor and low-income people, moral and religious leaders, advocates, and people of conscience in this nation’s history. A global pandemic is exposing even more the already existing crisis of systemic racism, poverty, ecological devastation, the war economy and militarism, and the distorted moral narrative of religious nationalism. On June 20, the 140 million poor and low-income people across this nation will be heard!

Read more here about goals, speakers, and partners (including the United Church of Christ).

Rise with us! RSVP today to join us on June 20 or 21 at any of the three broadcasts.  The national organizers need to hear from you.

For the CUCC:  What's next?  conversation Zoom information, RSVP here.

History teaches us that it is exactly in moments like these that a movement of the many is necessary to force the nation into action. In the midst of pandemic, economic collapse, climate change, and more, the key to real and lasting change lies within our communities — within our ability to come together in new and bold ways.

That’s why CUCC and people from all around North Carolina will join the Mass Poor People’s Assembly and Moral March on Washington Digital Justice Gathering on June 20, 2020.
Join us!  Register here for the national assembly!

Questions?  Check with Gary Smith
Thank you, Jessica Morrison and the Poor People's Campaign, for this sign.