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10 “Swamps” Where Christians Must Take Action

(Defending the Common Good, Part 1) Resuming our Bi-monthly Schedule with a New Managing Editor People of any faith strive to be “in the world but not of it.” Our values must stand in opposition to “the swamp” of greed, vanity, … Continue reading

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Racism in South Africa Remains Alive and the Cause of Much Pain and Anger

Racism, Belhar, and the Church in South Africa South Africa is a deeply wounded society. More than 340 years of racist colonial and apartheid rule impacted the black majority very negatively. During this period, people of colour were not allowed … Continue reading

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Learning from Organizers in New Haven: Interview with Mothers for Justice

Mothers for Justice is a grassroots group that has done work in partnership with Self-Development of People. Ginna: Can you tell me a little bit about who Mothers for Justice (MFJ) is and what you all do? Kimberly Clark: Mothers … Continue reading

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Tax Justice Distilled

General Assembly Takes on Taxation in a Gilded Age “Tax Justice: A Christian Response to a New Gilded Age” provides Presbyterians with a framework for engaging in discussions about the large and growing concentration of income and wealth in U.S. … Continue reading

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