Category: News

UUA Calls for Removal of President Trump

The Unitarian Universalist Association joins leaders across this country in calling for the immediate removal of Donald Trump as U.S. President. We call on the Vice President and every Cabinet member to invoke the 25th Amendment and that Congress pursue articles of impeachment for the protection, … read more.

HKonJ Moral March & People’s Assembly (Feb. 13, 2021)

SAVE the DATE: The annual HKonJ Moral March and People’s Assembly 2021 is happening–but it will be virtual and online–Saturday morning February 13th!!!

There won’t be thousands crowded onto Fayetteville Street due to COVID, but there might be a BIG caravan, and there will definitely … read more.

Make a Year-End Contribution to Forward Together!

Here are three good reasons you should make a contribution to Forward Together before December 31st.

First, the federal CARES Act increases the federal income tax deduction for charitable donations.

For individual donors who itemize deductions, the adjusted gross income (AGI) limit for cash contributions has been … read more.

Two “Nanas” & Sunday Voting

This is the story of “two Nanas” from the Piedmont UU Church in Charlotte who helped win the battle for early Sunday voting.

Passion, Looming Deadlines, Good Friends, A Just Cause, Persistence, Truth to Power, Knowledge, and Personal Contact in the Time … read more.

Civics of Justice

Racial injustice, police brutality, and the loss of Black lives.

Now more than ever, North Carolinians and others are considering how, when, and whether to vote in 2020. It’s time we encourage awareness and address connections between the most important justice issues of our time and what’s on our ballot.

… read more.

Gather the Spirit, Sept. 23rd @ 7:30 pm

In January we launched UU the Vote as an unprecedented call to collaboration and mobilization for the 2020 election. In May, we pivoted our work to meet the challenges of COVID-19 at our “How We Thrive” event that opened with a beautiful virtual choir.

Now, let … read more.