Category Archives: Women’s March on Washington
A year ago this Sunday, the world began to change. What began as a few Facebook posts became a global movement that has grown while spawning new, equally strong groups. Close to 500,000 women and men marched at Norfolk and … Continue reading →
It seemed a little iffy last January to a lot of people and it hasn’t been without its ups and downs. But, through it all, the UU’s of the Peninsula have been working. Right out of the gate, the Fellowship … Continue reading →
Whether you went to Washington in January or viewed from home, it was impossible not to feel the heat and the passion! Watching the speeches at the Women’s March, it was hard not notice the participation of Planned Parenthood. This … Continue reading →
With so many friends and members taking the UUFP buses to Washington tomorrow, it gives you chills. This are followed by a sense of pride in their willingness to get up early, ride for three hours, and take the Metro, … Continue reading →
For all that is our life! by Rev. Andrew Clive Millard The Mountain is a beautiful Unitarian Universalist retreat and leaning center in far western North Carolina, and the Southeastern UU Ministers Association meets there twice each year. I am not … Continue reading →
The buses to Washington on January 21 are sold out unless you have previously reserved a seat.
Speakers for the Women’s March on Washington are starting to be announced. Feminist leader Gloria Steinem and Harry Belafonte are both serving as honorary co-chairs of the march. Celebrities including comedians Amy Schumer and Samantha Bee and actor Olivia Wilde … Continue reading →