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Black Lives Matter Too!

As we approach the Martin Luther King holiday, we are reminded of his call to justice for everyone. Our faith’s teachings tell us that each person is created in the image of God (Genesis 1:27) and therefore has intrinsic worth and value. So why when Jesus proclaimed good news to the poor, release to the

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HCUCC “Chasing Ice” Potluck, Film, Discussion

On April 26, 2014 at 6pm join us at High Country UCC for a free potluck, film screening, and discussion of the critically acclaimed documentary “Chasing Ice“. Whether or not you bring food, please come join us for this unusual opportunity to witness glacial ice up close and personal. This 2012 film presents undeniable evidence

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HCUCC Marches at HKonJ

HKonJ in Raleigh is the annual “Historic Thousands on Jones Street People’s Assembly“, a fusion movement that for 7 previous years held state lawmakers accountable to the people of NC. This year’s gathering was by far the largest yet, also referred to as the Moral March on Raleigh, attended by over 80,000 very concerned citizens.

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Watauga County Upholds the Freedom to Read!

Since October 2013 Watauga County has facing a controversial ‘book challenge’ requiring three hearings to determine whether or not to retain Isabel Allende’s “The House of the Spirits” in the Watauga High School honors English curriculum. On February 27, 2014 the final decision was made to keep the book in the curriculum in a 3 to

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Feb 2nd: a 3pm Potluck Peace and Justice Gathering

This is a great chance for social-justice minded folk of all demographics to get better acquainted with one another. It is sponsored by our “newly forming Watauga County NAACP Branch”, and open to all who support the cause of justice, dignity, and equity of rights for all people! Location: Boone Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at 381

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Gearing up for Moral March on Raleigh: Feb 8th 2014

In 2013, several members of High Country UCC were so moved by the ongoing series of regressive state legislation that they chose to commit acts of civil disobedience, facing arrest, along with over 900 other concerned citizens. Many of us at HC-UCC have felt a call increasingly being heard and answered by a phenomenal fusion

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