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Racial Justice Wilmington Protest

This photo of Rev. Pam, David Harrell, Elise, and Will is from the onsite protest in Wilmington on June 5 where speakers articulated the need for legislative reform, police reform, a strong voter turnout, a strong participation in the census, and the pressing need for all of us to recognize that black lives matter. We are grateful for all the First Unitarian members who marched in Wilmington and also grateful for all the First Unitarian members who followed the necessary precautions by watching the protest from home. On Saturday, June 20, the Poor People’s Campaign is hosting an opportunity to join the protest FROM HOME! Join them in affirming that everybody’s got a right to live, learn more about their demands, and sign up to add your presence and to amplify the voices for justice! For information and registration go to: