Lessons from Georgia, from the Streets to the Ballot Box

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How do we build a democracy rooted in love and justice? UU the Vote teams from across the south and mid-Atlantic joined UU the Vote Georgia to discuss the June 9, 2020 Georgia primary and the recent uprisings. Faith leaders, organizers, and congregations.

The “From the Streets to the Ballot Box:Lesson from Georgia ” was an opportunity for faith leaders, organizers, and congregations to learn from recent events as well as movement history to build context and clarity for our work ahead. Join by state partners, New Georgia Project, Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights, and Georgia Equality, they offered their reflections and provided important information on how we can all take actions to fight for democracy in 2020. UU the Vote is a non-partisan faith initiative, in partnership with broader justice movements, to engage our neighbors, educate our communities, mobilize voters, and rally around key ballot initiatives.

Join with your UU community to create a future defined by love, justice, and faith. Learn more at https://www.uuthevote.org/. UU the Vote is an initiative sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Association.

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