Here are a few Items I found for January:
Ohioans To Stop Executions
Despite a brief reprieve, executions in Ohio are now scheduled to resume on January 12th at 9:30AM as OTSE and their supporters gather in the Atrium at the Statehouse for a morning of action. after nearly a three-year hiatus. Those opposed the death penalty must make their voices heard on RSVP today.
Women's March on Washington, DC
The Women's March is scheduled for The march will take place near the Capitol at Independence Ave and Third Street SW. More than 100,000 people have registered their plans to attend the event which is expected to be the largest demonstration linked to Donald Trump's inauguration and a focal point for activists who feel energized in opposing his agenda. on in Washington, DC.
All Souls Unitarian Church (1500 Harvard St NW @ 16th) will hold a "teach in" as well as other events. Also, join them on Sunday when Melissa Harris-Perry will be speaking from the pulpit. See All Souls website for more info and events.
More info for buses from Ohio to DC. Sister marches will take place in Ohio:
CINCINNATI: On Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016, more than 150 people from dozens of local faith communities were trained in how to form a sanctuarycongregation movement. The specific goal was to train clergy and core leaders on sanctuary - the act of providing safe places for immigrants and other people who feel endangered in this country. According to Troy Jackson, the director of the Amos Project and host to this event, a sanctuary coalition needs to be started in the Cincinnati area to help provide immigrants and others "a safe place for a night, a week, a month, whatever it takes." The newly formed coalition will work together to provide sanctuary as needed. On January 8, 2017, the new coalition will hold a public event as a show of support for immigrants. Learn more about AMOS. See UUJO website for more information onImmigration.
UPCOMING WEBINARS from UUSC:
For Clergy Only: Sanctuary and Solidarity - Registration required., .