Mothers for Justice United and the Coalition for Justice marched for justice for black men, women, and children killed by police and vigilante violence.
Nora Rasman, Standing on the Side of Love campaign coordinator, reports that 60-70 UUs from ten congregations took part in the May 9, 2015, march in Washington, D.C. First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee, Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church, and Standing on the Side of Love are official supporters of Mothers for Justice United, a Milwaukee-based organization. Browse photos from the march:
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