Join us during the 25th Annual Pilgrimage for Justice and Peace, in cities across NC, April 17-22

The North Carolina Justice Center is delighted to be a co-sponsor and participant in next week's

Pilgrimage for Justice and Peace,

led by CITCA/Witness for Peace.

Our message is clear:  Protect Immigrants’ Rights --- Reform Trade Policies --- Justice for All Workers

Please join us along the way, using the schedule below.

Sunday, April 17: Goldsboro - Rev. Dr. William Barber of NAACP will bless the Pilgrimage at Greenleaf Christian Church
Monday, April 18: Greensboro, Burlington & Graham
Tuesday, April 19: Winston-Salem
Wednesday, April 20: Charlotte
Thursday, April 21: Cary & Carrboro
Friday, April 22: Raleigh
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Monday, April 18: Greensboro & Graham

9:30 Arrive at Holy Comforter Episcopal Church (320 East Davis St. Burlington, NC 27215-5821) and walk to Detention Center (109 South Maple St Graham, NC 27253) for 11:15am demonstration and statements.

12:00 Lunch and program at Holy Comforter Episcopal Church

3:00-- Meet at FaithAction (705 North Greene St Greensboro, NC 27401-2025) to walk to Guilford Co Sheriff’s Office and oppose so-called “Secure Communities” Program, then to First Friends Meeting House (2100 West Friendly Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27403-1166)

6:30-8:00 Program on Racial Profiling at First Friends Meeting House

CONTACTS:
Eric Jonas, efjonas@faihouse.org; (336) 379-0037, ext. 3 or Joseph Wolyniak j.wolyniak@gmail.com

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Tuesday, April 19: Winston-Salem

10:30 Visit murals in Greensboro

12:30 Lunch and discussion about tobacco farmworkers' struggle hosted by Dellabrook Presbyterian & the Maya Angelou Center Institute for Health Equity at Dellabrook Presbyterian Church (115 Dellabrook Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27105)

2:00 Walk to Lloyd Presbyterian (748 N Chestnut St, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27101, 2 mi.)

4:30 Prayer Vigil honoring and recognizing tobacco farmworkers across the southeast. Reynolds Tobacco Company Headquarters (401 North Main Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101)

5:15 Walk to Green Street United Methodist Church. (639 South Green Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101 1.4 mi.)

7:00 Evening program hosted by Green Street United Methodist Church featuring panelists Robert Korstad, Labor leader, FLOC member and musicians Ron Hunter & Bill McIlwain.

CONTACTS:
Alex Jones 919-597-1080, ajones@nfwm.org; Justin Flores 919-731-4433, jflores@floc.com

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Wednesday, April 20:  Charlotte

10:00 Meet at Latin American Coalition headquarters (4938 Central Ave., 28205) to walk to jail (4-5 mi)

1:30 Deliver letter to the Sheriff demanding end to deportations and Vigil in front of Jail (801 E 4th St # A)

5:15 Vigil and Press Conference at St. Paul Baptist Church (1401 Allen St. 28205)

6:30 Luis Gutierrez event
(also at St. Paul Baptist Church 1401 Allen St. 28205)

CONTACTS:
Joyce Deaton, deaton1@att.net, (704) 333-9521 and Darla Davis, dardavis@darladavis.net, 704 560-9408 (cell) or 704 987-2317 (home)

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Thursday, April 21: Cary & Carrboro

10:00 Meet in Food Lion parking lot, Walk to St. Michael's Catholic Church (810 High House Rd., Cary, NC 27513.)

12:30 – 2:00 Lunch at St. Michael's Catholic Church (810 High House Rd., Cary, NC 27513.)

2:00-2:45 Drive to Chapel Hill

3:00 Press Conference in front of the South Building on UNC CH campus.

3:00 – 4:50 Walk from South Building to El Centro (104 Hwy 54 N Carrboro, NC 27510) (2.8 mi)

5:45-8:30 Welcome and Presentation by El Centro, other orgs, and local politicians, Showing of “Papers: The Movie,” Post-showing Panel Discussion with DREAMers and allies

CONTACTS:
AM Events: Patrick O’Neill, 919-779-1912, pmTONEILL@aol.com; PM Events: Meghan Andrew, meghanlandrew@gmail.com, 951-522-5290

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Friday, April 22: Raleigh

8:00 Start at St. Mary Mother of the Church (1008 Vendora Springs Rd.) in Garner. Walk by women's prison on way to capitol.

12 Noon – 2:00
Economic Justice Way of the Cross in front of the old state capitol (corner of Morgan St and Fayetteville St, downtown Raleigh)

CONTACT:
Gail Phares witnessforpeacese2@gmail.com, 919-624-0646
 

 

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