Newly Formed Coalition Stands Against Hate and Discrimination
The Sandhills Coalition for Peace, Love and Justice's mission is to send a clear message that hate has no place in Moore County. The newly-formed, nonpartisan, Coalition was instrumental in bringing to the forefront the importance of standing up against hate and discrimination.
If you are interested in being a part of this Coalition, you may complete the form below to show your interest in and support of the Sandhills Coalition for Peace, Love and Justice.
The Coalition invites you to the first general membership meeting at 3 pm on Sunday, March 19. The Meeting will be held at the Sandhills Jewish Congregation located at 131 Jackson Springs Rd. in Jackson Springs.
Additionally, the Coalition is planning a forum led by the Community Relations Service (CRS) of the U.S. Department of Justice. CRS is the only federal agency dedicated to working with community groups to "resolve community conflicts and prevent and respond to hate crimes arising from difference of race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion or disability."
All citizens of the community will be invited to attend as well as key political, faith, business and law-enforcement leaders.
Additional information on this event will be provided in the April Newsletter.
You can register your support of the Sandhills Coalition for Peace, Love and Justice and join the mailing list, by completing the form link below.
Sandhills Jewish Congregation
Moore County NAACP