We the People: United in Diversity, Pursuing Peace and Justice

  • Community Matters 2110 Saint Michael Street Cincinnati, OH, 45204 United States

A number of collaborating organizations are coordinating a peaceful unity program called "We the People: united in diversity, pursuing peace and justice" for Cincinnati and Northern KY on Inauguration Day. We will gather together to celebrate America's diversity and the importance of a community engaged in advocacy. 

There will be interactive programming featuring speakers responding to the prompt, "What does a just and peaceful America look like and how do we get there?". 

Presenters are being finalized but include Jose Cabrera (Immigration Program Organizer), Karen Dabdoub (Executive Director of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), Cincinnati Office) and Lynn Williams (Executive Director of the Contact Center).

The Inauguration Address will be live streamed when it begins (around 12:00). 

Feel free to bring your lunch as we stand with one another.

Free street parking is available.

Collaborating Organizations include:
A Small Group
Contact Center
Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center
St. John's Unitarian Universalist Church
Social Justice Committee of First Unitarian Church (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Unitarian Universalist Justice Ohio

Thanks for all your support and please contact info@IJPCcincinnati.org if you would like to sign on as a Collaborating Organization!

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