Attending the HKonJ People’s Assembly and Moral March is a Community UCC tradition and this year we are going online!
Organizers have planned a week of activities, culminating in the assembly on Saturday morning, 10-noon.
How to participate virtually
CUCC’s Do Justice Ministry invites you to attend as many events as possible, especially this Saturday for the People’s Assembly.
- Invite your friends to join you by sharing this article and saying which events you plan to attend.
- While at the event, sign into the chat to say you are present as part of the CUCC delegation.
- Share your attendance on your social media, saying why being part of the HKonJ coalition is important to you and giving your own testimony about parts of the 14 Point People’s Agenda that matter to you.
Events this week
Tuesday February 9th 7:00-8:00PM Healthcare and Education Justice. JOIN HERE
Thursday February 11th 7:00-8:00PM Environmental & Immigration Justice JOIN HERE
Friday February 12th 12:00-1:00PM LGBTQ Justice JOIN HERE
Friday February 12th 7:00-8:00PM Racial Justice & Justice for Youth JOIN HERE
Saturday February 13th 10AM–NOON People’s Assembly Join Facebook Live HERE (You do not have to be a member of Facebook.)
What is HKonJ?
The letters stand for Historic Thousands on Jones Street (the location of the NC General Assembly). This annual 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. We know that different kinds of injustice interact and the solutions need to, too. Health care, a living wage, environmental justice, civil rights (no matter your skin color or gender identity), the justice system – it’s all a tangled ball of yarn that the HkonJ People’s Assembly Coalition looks at together through a moral lens informed by people of many faiths and no faith.
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 People’s Agenda, look at the list of coalition partners, read the history and accomplishments of HKonJ here (these sections near the bottom of the page)
For more information about CUCC’s involvement in HKonJ, contact Suzanne Chester, Just Show Up contact for Community UCC’s Do Justice Ministry email@example.com