MooreUnity embracing diversity & facilitating unity
MooreUnity News, Upcoming Events & Resources

Standing Up on the Bus October 17th (rain date 10/18) Drama Therapist Natalie Slaughter helps us get "on board" to fight racism, discrimination, anti-Semitism and more in an interactive workshop where we role play situations on an imaginary bus ride where we are the witnesses to (or victims of) inappropriate comments and actions. Learn to push through the discomfort of the situation and respond in support of marginalized people. This free workshop will be held from 1-3 p.m. on the Evergreen Lawn of the Perkins Center for the Arts to allow for social distancing. For more information, register here.


FUNDRAISERS
We have masks to protect you and others from COVID-19, and we also have MooreUnity car magnets.  We're fundraising to apply for non-profit status and purchase insurance.  If you're interested in supporting us, please e-mail mooreunitynj@gmail.com to make a donation in exchange for a mask or a magnet.

If you missed the Moorestown's Board of Education Candidate Forum on October 15th, you can watch a recording of it.

Election Day is November 3rd, and a healthy democracy depends upon an educated voter. Here's your chance to hear from the six candidates vying for three spots on Moorestown's Board of Education. 




Honors & Awards

Mayoral Proclamation issued to MooreUnity March 2019 We were so honored to receive a Mayoral Proclamation last night by Moorestown's Mayor and Town Council members. We were recognized for actively promoting peace and non-violence, working with other groups to provide resources on violence prevention and fostering dialogue across political and ideological divides. We're grateful for the recognition, and appreciative of all the members of our group who are building MooreUnity in our community.

 MooreUnity Founders Honored at Super Hero Saturday

 The founders of MooreUnity were honored as local superheroes for contributions to their community during Super Hero Saturday in June 2019. Hosted by the Franklin Institute, Cherry Hill Mall and Sun Newspapers. MooreUnity founders Meredith Butts and Karen Reiner are honored to have been nominated for this recognition and thank the many members of MooreUnity for their contributions to bridging divides in our community and making our town a welcoming place for all residents.


MooreUnity in the News

Moorestown Sun MooreUnity Wants Moorestown to Know Your Muslim Neighbor

KYW News Radio Mooresetown Community Looks to Build Bridges at "Know Your Muslim Neighbor" Event

KYW News Radio Potluck Gathering in Moorestown Hopes to Stamp out Hate

Moorestown Sun MooreUnity Encouraging Residents to Greet&Eat

Moorestown Sun Hate Group Fliers Spark Upset Feb 2019


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