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Raleigh Marches on the Side of Immigrants

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Aug 05, 2010

Members from Eno River UU Fellowship in Durham, North Carolina and The Community Church of Chapel Hill, UU carried the Standing on the Side of Love banner on Thursday 7/29 in Raleigh in honor and support of those from the Thomas Jefferson District who traveled to Phoenix to represent us.

The list of people who traveled to Arizona to stand in solidarity against Arizona’s SB 1070 included Rev. Jake Morrill, Rev. Jeanne Pupke, Rev. Paul Rasor, Rev. Eric Kaminetzky, Rev. Audette Fulbright, Rev. Don Southworth, Eno River UU Fellowship’s minister Rev. Deborah Cayer, Thomas Jefferson District, Executive Director, Annette Marquis (who was arrested) and others.

In the picture we are surrounded by members of the local Hispanic community and the red flags of FLOC — the local Farm Laborers Organizing Committee.

2 Responses to “Raleigh Marches on the Side of Immigrants”

  1. Hi
    I was not aware that UU folks from North Carolina were with us in Arizona!. I have visited the Enos River UU several times and am aware of your powerful presence in the community.

    Thanks for SOSL

    Audrey AddisonWilliams
    Healing Soul of America, Inc
    One America projects

  2. Thank you for your provided information.

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