The annual HKonJ Mass Moral March on Raleigh which Community UCC attends every February is occurring in two ways this year.  Our  Do Justice Ministry invites you to join them in participating in both the Motorcade and the Virtual Mass Moral March.

Saturday, February 6, line up at 7AM, start at 8AM:  HKonJ Motorcade.

Look out for our own Adrienne Little driving a silver blue Prius with the sign “Bail Bond Reform”!

Register for the motorcade here

Saturday, February 13, 10AM-noon:  Virtual Mass Moral March on Raleigh

Be part of the online crowd in support of this intersectional movement for justice.

Register here

The event brings together a coalition of groups working in many justice areas in their communities to work together toward a 14-point People’s Agenda for NC.

More about the HKonJ Motorcade

This event will be videotaped and included in the HKonJ Mass Moral March virtual event. For all that plan to participate in this event, vehicle registration is now available. Vehicle line up begins at 7am and will be at the Duke Energy Center for Performing Arts, located at 2E South Street, Raleigh, NC 27601. We look forward to seeing you there as we continue in our theme of “Hope In Action: Living A New World Into Existence.”

More about the Virtual Mass Moral March on Raleigh

The Mass Moral March is the gathering of the coalition partners of the Historic Thousands on Jones Street (HKonJ) People’s Assembly Coalition.  We hear testimony from the people directly impacted by injustice about the changes that would improve their lives.  We support one another across our areas of justice interest.  Environmentalists stand up for those seeking a living wage; those needing health insurance stand up for their LGBTQ sisters and brothers.  We know we are stronger together and that injustice anywhere makes our area of work that much harder.  Community UCC is a coalition partner of HKonJ.

Read the 14 Points, look at the list of coalition partners, volunteer or register here

For more information about CUCC’s involvement in HKonJ, contact Suzanne Chester