50 years ago, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. began the Poor People's Campaign with the hope and expectation that the plight of the poor would be heard in the halls of justice. It seems his hope was greater than his reach for his brief lifetime. We are still in need of a revival of a moral code that is focused on the poor and dispossessed. Today, the intersections of poverty, racism, militarism, climate justice and human rights start with the love of neighbor, stranger, and enemy, and with respect for our inevitable connectedness. 
It is a revival of hope for us all.

What moral or ethical code guides your actions today?


May 27, 2018

          Reviving Justice for All              
Rev. Virginia & Members of the Racial Justice Task Force

This month, we are witnessing a revival of Dr. Martin Luther King’s Poor People's Campaign, and UUCMC is part of the movement. The campaign states, “We are rooted in a moral analysis based on our deepest religious and constitutional values that demand justice for all. Moral revival is necessary to save the heart and soul of our democracy.”

Music by Steve Cook, Paul Sherman, Craig Sunada, and Louise Chernosky.

The next action is Tuesday....