ONE Wake: The Founding Assembly

October 13 via Zoom 7-9PM

Now we need YOU to join in to make a strong statement to the community that we are united and ready to partner with the people in power to create workable solutions for our 3 pressing issues: housing, education, and jobs. The total turnout goal for this event is 2,000 members from ONE Wake institutions. At presstime, fewer than 20 folks from St. Mark’s had registered. We can do better!

Please sign up by Oct 5 to avoid last-minute technical difficulties. Please have everyone in your household register separately, even if you’ll be using the same device to attend:

Even if you have already voted by absentee ballot, your time from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Oct 13 will be well spent:

  1. You will have stood up in support of our 3 big issues.
  2. You will hear ONE Wake’s specific social justice action agenda on affordable housing, education, and jobs, created after listening to over 3,300 Wake County residents (including members of St. Mark’s!)

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What is ONE Wake?

Now 39 institutions strong and growing fast, ONE Wake is a community advocacy organization formed in conjunction with the Industrial Areas Foundation, which was founded in 1940 by Saul Alinsky, and is now the nation’s largest and longest-standing network of local faith and community-based power organizations. Durham CAN and Orange County Justice United are our sister organizations.

St. Mark’s is a proud member of ONE Wake!!! Find out how you can become more involved by contacting the ONE Wake Team: Jessie Maeck, Rhonda Reid Moody, Georgia McEwan, Anne Stokes and Fr. Tyrone