March with CJJ at HKonJ!

March with CJJ at HKonJ!

HKonJ (Historic Thousands on Jones St) is a movement of more than 200 partnering organizations who will be gathering by the thousands in downtown Raleigh on Saturday, February 8, to advocate for the 14-Point People's Agenda, a comprehensive progressive platform developed under the leadership of the NAACP. If you would like to carpool from Durham, please sign up here — one group will leave at 7:30 (in time for the pre-march Shabbat service), and one group will leave at 8:30. Please RSVP to stay connected about additional meet up information; we look forward to marching with you!

  • 8:15 am Shabbat Morning Service at Shaw University's Thomas Boyd Chapel (Shaw University is located at 118 E. South Street; the Chapel is across S. Wilmington Street from Memorial Auditorium, between MLK Blvd and E. South Street)
  • 9:00 am Pre-Rally/People’s Assembly at the corner of S. Wilmington St. and E. South St. (near Shaw University)
  • 10:00 am March begins

Carolina Jews for Justice (CJJ) recognizes and respects the many ways members of our community observe Shabbat. We also acknowledge that when working in coalition with our non-Jewish partners, there will occasionally be events falling during the hours of Shabbat which might present a challenge and choice for our members. We fully support individuals who decide to participate or not participate at this event due to their own level of observance or comfort. 

February 08, 2020 at 8:15am - 12:15pm
Shaw University's Thomas Boyd Chapel
118 E South St
Raleigh, NC 27601
United States
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Amy Rosenthal Noa Borkan Katherine Shor Rabbi Matthew Soffer Randee Gordon

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