SUMMIT UU FELLOWSHIP SUPPORTS "BLACK LIVES MATTER" IN SANTEE

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June 3, 2015 (Santee) --Summit Unitarian Universalist Fellowship sponsored a march May 31st to support the national “Black Lives Matter” movement.  With Standing on the Side of Love shirts and signs as well as a “Black Lives Matter” banners, members of the church stood on corners and walked in a busy neighborhood in Santee.

“All together, 35 people participated.  Many who drove by the group honked their horns in support a few said things like `All lives matter.’” Jack Shu told East County Magazine. “For the participants, love ruled the day.

For information about the Fellowship, go to: www.summituuf.org

 


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