LentNewsCUCCers gather at 2018 Pilgrimage for Peace in front of the NC Capitol

Friday, April 2, 12-2PM, online.

Do Justice invites you to join the Social Justice Way of the Cross (the final leg of this year’s virtual Caravan for Justice and Peace). We participate in this annual Witness for Peace Southeast event as a way of showing our support for immigrants’ rights, farmworkers, workers’ rights, black lives, and climate justice. We stand against the death penalty, mass incarceration and detention, the drug war, police brutality, and US militarization at home and abroad.

(Witness for Peace Southeast is a politically independent network of individuals, organizations, and faith groups concerned about the impacts of U.S. and corporate policy on the people of the Americas. Motivated by current and historical realities, we are committed to transforming the world through nonviolent and organized activism. As a grassroots movement, WFP Southeast seeks to raise awareness of and give testimony to violations of human rights in Latin America and the Caribbean and to advocate for change in U.S. economic and social policies to better support these basic rights.)

Witness for Peace Southeast was our partner for the youth/adult mission and learning trip to Oaxaca, Mexico, in 2019.

CUCC’s Do Justice Ministry invites you to participate.  For more information, contact co-chairs Gary Smith smithgk@mindspring.com or Mike Soboeiro msoboeiro@yahoo.com.