Unitarian Church in Summit and Fountain Baptist Church March for Black Lives Matter before Banner Raising Sept. 25
On Sunday, September 25, Unitarian Church in Summit raised Black Lives Matter banners in partnership with Fountain Baptist Church after marching down Springfield Ave
nue to raise awareness and show solidarity. A ceremony and reception for the members of Fountain and the larger community was held after. Read more.
Tonight’s amazing Black Lives Matter event with Fountain Baptist Church!
Posted by The Unitarian Church in Summit, NJ on Sunday, September 25, 2016
Members of Central Unitarian Church in Paramus voted overwhelmingly to affirm and support the Black Lives Matter movement at its Annual Meeting of the Congregation on April 24, 2016.
Using blue ballots, UCS voted unanimously at a special congregational meeting on April 10 to take a stand affirming that Black Lives Matter and pledging to oppose America’s “stain of racism.” Read more.
Our Dismantling Racism Working Group co-chair uses an act of vandalism as an opportunity for public discussion about “the underlying issues” behind the Black Lives Matter movement in a community that he feels is open to talking about it. Read more.