Mourning Into Unity Peace Vigil, Streaming live from the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. When we see our shared humanity, we strengthen our commitment to each other and to our democracy.
Mourning Into Unity offers a path for Americans to come together to acknowledge the loss, fear, separation and anxiety that we are experiencing personally and as a nation. By participating in interfaith vigils, we affirm our shared humanity and strengthen our commitment to each other and to our democracy.
As we approach Georgia’s special election, diverse faith leaders, healthcare workers and community leaders will host an experience of togetherness, healing and unity at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, including:
Paige Alexander - CEO, The Carter Center
Ed Bacon - Interim Rector, St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Soumaya Khalifa - Executive Director of the Islamic Speakers Bureau Atlanta
John Vaughn - Executive Pastor, Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church Atlanta
Eric Robbins - President, Jewish Federation
Join the experience via livestream https://vimeo.com/495516298
REV. ED BACON, St. Luke's, Atlanta
"When all of us are sad, tense, feeling our losses, that's a message that we need to stop. We need to pause and give ourselves time and space to grieve. It is an act of sanity for civilization. We must do it."
RABBI SYDNEY MINTZ. Temple Emanu-El, San Francisco
"I feel that today more than ever, we are a broken nation in a broken world, and it is up to each one of us as individuals, whether you believe in a god or no God, to come together and bring us back in a healing way to unity and wholeness."