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Moral Mondays – Now is the Time!


2020-10-05 17:00 2020-10-05 18:00 America/New_York Moral Mondays – Now is the Time!

Moral Mondays Movement – Now is the Time! New Time for October: 5 p.m. UUFP actively joins the voices of Moral Mondays! We gather in peaceful protest on Monday mornings, in front of the UUFP office building (corner of Warwick Blvd. and Youngs Mill Ln.) to witness for Black Lives Matter. Join us in showing the community who we are as we work to dismantle systemic racism and white supremacy. Now that the heat wave has subsided, Moral Mondays BLM Witness has changed time for autumn, now Monday evening from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Wear masks; socially distance; bring signs! Want to learn more about social justice work through our Fellowship? Visit Justice & Service Initiatives and Outreach/Be An Agent of Change. “The Moral Mondays movement has proven itself to be rooted in faith and a belief in human rights and democracy that is genuinely connected to the people of this country in our sacred tradition of struggle for justice – from the American Revolution to the Abolitionist Movement to the Civil Rights Movement. Though they say Moral Mondays started as a resistance movement (“a struggle against”) they have evolved into a movement with an alternative vision and a program (“a movement for”). They have identified five principles that are “bigger than Democrat or Republican but good for the whole”: 1. Economic sustainability and ending poverty; 2. Education equality; 3. Healthcare for all; 4. Fairness in the criminal justice system; and 5. Voting Rights. We unite with the Moral Mondays movement because we see the necessity to build a movement in this country – not just in North Carolina. It is not enough to be an “ally” to our sisters and brothers of Moral Mondays. We must see that their problems are our problems and our problems are their problems. It is not possible for any of us, wherever we may be, to prevail over the injustices we face if we remain alone and isolated. What we’re up against is much too big and all-encompassing. We must see, as Dr. King once said, “an injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” – and an injury to one is an injury to all. Our sisters and brothers in North Carolina, in their struggle, have emerged as leaders for us all. We are reminded of the role that the Montgomery bus boycott played in the early days of the Civil Rights Movement. It galvanized a movement but there would have been no movement to speak of had it remained in Montgomery. If we know our history, we know it is not enough for us to mobilize to a one-day rally in Raleigh. We must grasp the times in which live, and in so doing, we must see that a social movement is not only necessary… it is possible. Now is the time (“Why We Unite with the Moral Mondays Movement” By The Kairos Staff)!

13136 Warwick Blvd. NN (corner of Warwick Blvd. & Youngs Mill Ln.)

Moral Mondays Movement –
Now is the Time!
New Time for October: 5 p.m.

UUFP actively joins the voices of Moral Mondays! We gather in peaceful protest on Monday mornings, in front of the UUFP office building (corner of Warwick Blvd. and Youngs Mill Ln.) to witness for Black Lives Matter. Join us in showing the community who we are as we work to dismantle systemic racism and white supremacy.

Now that the heat wave has subsided, Moral Mondays BLM Witness has changed time for autumn, now Monday evening from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Wear masks; socially distance; bring signs!

Want to learn more about social justice work through our Fellowship? Visit Justice & Service Initiatives and Outreach/Be An Agent of Change.


The Moral Mondays movement has proven itself to be rooted in faith and a belief in human rights and democracy that is genuinely connected to the people of this country in our sacred tradition of struggle for justice – from the American Revolution to the Abolitionist Movement to the Civil Rights Movement.
Though they say Moral Mondays started as a resistance movement (“a struggle against”) they have evolved into a movement with an alternative vision and a program (“a movement for”). They have identified five principles that are “bigger than Democrat or Republican but good for the whole”: 1. Economic sustainability and ending poverty; 2. Education equality; 3. Healthcare for all; 4. Fairness in the criminal justice system; and 5. Voting Rights.
We unite with the Moral Mondays movement because we see the necessity to build a movement in this country – not just in North Carolina. It is not enough to be an “ally” to our sisters and brothers of Moral Mondays. We must see that their problems are our problems and our problems are their problems. It is not possible for any of us, wherever we may be, to prevail over the injustices we face if we remain alone and isolated. What we’re up against is much too big and all-encompassing. We must see, as Dr. King once said, “an injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” – and an injury to one is an injury to all.
Our sisters and brothers in North Carolina, in their struggle, have emerged as leaders for us all. We are reminded of the role that the Montgomery bus boycott played in the early days of the Civil Rights Movement. It galvanized a movement but there would have been no movement to speak of had it remained in Montgomery. If we know our history, we know it is not enough for us to mobilize to a one-day rally in Raleigh. We must grasp the times in which live, and in so doing, we must see that a social movement is not only necessary… it is possible. Now is the time (“Why We Unite with the Moral Mondays Movement” By The Kairos Staff)!

The Schedule

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Moral Mondays (We will publicize on this website & in the UUFP Community Facebook group when we resume meeting in the evenings.)