Assembly to Set a New Agenda

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Join us Sunday, September 10 as we vote to set Justice United’s new agenda.  Leaders from across the county have been holding small group listening sessions to surface top community concerns from Hurdle Mills to Chapel Hill. These sessions have engaged hundreds of people and supplied invaluable information about what matters most to people.

On September the 10th we will hear the results and use what we have learned to set our collective priorities for research and action to make Orange County a better place to live, work and worship. A full packet with more information will be sent shortly after the conclusion of our listening session campaign on August 31.

Justice United's newest member organization, Lattisville Grove Missionary Baptist Church, has generously offered to host. Click here to learn more about the church. Your attendance will extend a warm welcome to LVG  and affirm our commitment to building countywide power.

Your voice matters! Each JU institution is asked to bring at least 5 - 10 leaders to represent their organization. Guests are welcome, but no media please.   

Please allow appropriate travel time to Hurdle Mills. Carpooling will be available. Reply to this email if you need a ride or are willing to drive others.


September 10, 2017 at 5pm - 7pm
Lattisville Grove Missionary Baptist Church
1701 Jimmy Ed Rd
Hurdle Mills, NC 27541
United States
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Devin Ross · · 919 358 5828
Bob Weickert Martha Wheeler Tom Trueblood Kathy Remington Bernie Nord Carolyn Stuart Chris McQuiston Charles Gattis Mae McLendon Josephine Paylor-Long Kathy Kaufman Rev. Chanigo Brooks Linda Seligman Marisa Martini

Will you come?