Cultivating Change Conference
Saturday, Feb 23, 10:30am-4pm
West Chester University
Sykes Student Union
PICC’s Executive Director will be speaking on a panel about immigration at the Cultivating Change Conference at West Chester University. Coming from a “immigrant rights are human rights” perspective, this session will offer information on key issues of the moment.
This is a free conference, but registration is required. Register here!
A message from the First Unitarian Church of Wilmington
Human Rights Task Force
POP UP PROTEST — TODAY!
NO WALL: NO EMERGENCY
Donald Trump has declared a national emergency to fund his racist, xenophobic, and unpopular wall on the US-Mexico border. We know Trump is making up this emergency to get his way despite the refusal by Congress to authorize the wall. And we refuse to stand for it.
Join your fellow Delawareans to say NO to the emergency, NO to the wall, and YES to dignity and respect for all immigrants
1PM – 3PM
Rodney Square North
1101 N King St.
Wilmington, Delaware 19801
Endorsed by the UUDAN Safe Communities Campaign
A Message from UUDAN — the Unitarian Universalist Advocacy Network
Unitarian Universalists are urged to join Governor John Carney for a series of community town halls with members of the General Assembly – both Democrats and Republicans – being held across the state.
The governor will join local legislators to discuss his priorities as outlined in his State of the State address, the Fiscal Year 2020 budget proposal, and to listen to ideas from members of the public.
UUs all over the country are getting more involved in local legislative actions and so should we! To become more active in the legislative process, we need to inform ourselves about the issues and advocate for progressive change from our grounding and values in a liberal religious faith.
Call your UU friends and go together to your town hall meeting. Here’s the complete schedule of Town Hall Meetings. The meeting closest to the church is at the Talleyville Fire Hall on Thursday, March 7, at 7:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m. – February 5 – Rt. 9 Library & Innovation Center, New Castle, with Senator Darius Brown, Representative Franklin Cooke, Representative Kendra Johnson, and Representative Melissa Minor-Brown.
6:00 p.m. – February 7 – Delaware Technical Community College, Wilmington, with Senator Elizabeth “Tizzy” Lockman, Senator Darius Brown, Representative Nnamdi Chukwuocha, Representative Sherry Dorsey Walker.
6:00 p.m. – February 11 – Carlisle Fire Company, Milford, with Senator Dave Wilson, Representative W. Shannon Morris, Representative Charles Postles, Representative Bryan Shupe and Representative Jesse Vanderwende.
9:30 a.m. – February 19 – Crossroads Restaurant, Kirkwood Hwy, with Senator Anthony Delcollo, Representative Michael Ramone, and Representative Michael Smith.
7:00 p.m. – March 7 – Talleyville Fire Company, Wilmington, with Senator Laura Sturgeon, Representative Krista Griffith and Representative Raymond Seigfried.
Harvest of Empire
The Untold Story of Latinos in America
Join us for a movie & discussion!
This gripping documentary reveals the political and social roots that have
driven millions to migrate from Latin America to the United States.
Negative publicity pervades the public discourse about the families and children crossing our Southern border. They come here seeking asylum because they must flee extreme violence and instability in their own communities. Come learn about and discuss the long history of our policies and involvement in these countries. Popcorn and baked goods will be for sale.
Friday, February 1, 2019
7:00 – 9:00pm
First Unitarian Church Sanctuary
730 Halstead Road
Off Concord Pike on Whitby Road
“No one leaves home unless home is the mouth of a shark…”
—Poem by Warsan Shire
Brought to you by the First Unitarian Human Rights Task Force. If you have any questions, please contact Becky Laster at email@example.com.