BeLoved Asheville created the first homeless/formerly homeless street medic team in the nation to help improve health and prevent premature death of the most vulnerable people in our community.  Trained by local medical professionals, team members learn how to perform health assessments and respond to emergency situations.  See how medic teams and health fairs provide hope and healing to those living on the streets of Asheville by clicking this link.  BeLoved Asheville

Support the Carolina Abortion Fund which offers a confidential, toll free hotline providing financial, practical, and emotional support to callers in North and South Carolina trying to access abortion care.

Program – Reproductive Justice: Expanding Our Social Justice Calling.
Facilitators: Jane Bramham, Neal Jones, Rev. Claudia
Initially scheduled for the Fall, we decided encouraging engagement with UU the Vote this fall is the best way to support reproductive justice and access to abortion healthcare in NC for women and our trans and nonbinary siblings. The RJ program will be offered in January 2023.

Carolina Jews & UUs Faith in Action Phonebank in Partnership with the New North Carolina Project Foundation. Thursdays from 6:30 – 8:30 from September 15th through November 3rd. UU Justice NC is teaming up with Carolina Jews for Justice to co-host this weekly Get Out the Vote phone bank in the run up to the midterm elections. We’ll be calling voters of the Global Majority across North Carolina empowering and equipping them to Vote Love and Defeat Hate. Register Here


Do you know about the Moore v. Harper Supreme Court Case?

The next major challenge to American democracy comes from North Carolina. Experts say an extreme interpretation of the Constitution by the Supreme Court in North Carolina’s Moore v. Harper redistricting case would make it even easier for state legislatures to suppress the vote, draw gerrymandered election districts, and subvert election results, among other concerns. You may not know that the “Harper” in the case is Becky Harper, a UU from Raleigh! Below are opportunities to learn more about this important case directly from Common Cause NC, a lead plaintiff in the case. Learn more…Friday, October 14th at 11:00am at UU Justice NC’s Friday Action Hour. Zoom Link. 

Concerned about education in NC?
Watch this timely video produced August 29, and consider if this is an area of advocacy and engagement for you.

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