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First Unitarian Church and Unitarian Universalist Association Responses to January 6 Events in Washington, DC

From UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray on Wednesday afternoon:

“I am witnessing this with you. I am so angry. We shouldn’t have to fight so hard for our right to vote. I’m angry, I’m scared, and I won’t rest. We have fought this racist authoritarian regime. We have won with a vision of multiracial democracy. We are resilient. We have courage, we have strength. Our faith is rooted in love and justice. We pray for an end to the violence at the Capitol. And we are not going to sit back. We will not let everything we have worked for be lost. We will not allow the taking of Black people’s votes. We are fighting for peoples’ lives and to protect each other. Rooted in love, interdependence, and democracy. We will not be quiet while this movement seeks to silence the voices and the will of the people.”

First Unitarian Church of Wilmington:

In the wake of the violence at the Capital on Wednesday, our First Unitarian community will have two opportunities to gather for simple ritual and sharing. Please join Rev. Tracey Robinson-Harris and Rev. Dr. Richard Speck in virtual community using the Zoom links here below:

Topic: Rev. Tracey congregational zoom meeting #2
Time: Jan 10, 2021 11:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 843 6133 2940
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