Tag Archives: Ecumenical Advocacy Days

Call to Confession: Week 2

Call to Confession: Race White Privilege, and the Church Week 2 Living History – Vernon Broyles, Interview by the Presbyterian Historical Society My early life is remembered as very happy; when I was almost 4, my dad was called to … Continue reading

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“Lift Every Voice: Racism, Class, and Power”: Advocacy Training Weekend 2016

April 15-18, 2016 in Washington, DC REGISTER NOW! In our neighborhoods and around the world, social, economic, corporate, and political powers are working to reduce citizens’ access to decision-making. These practices violate the rights and silence the voices of those … Continue reading

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A Reason to Hope, Again

A Reflection on Ecumenical Advocacy Days   By Claudia Aguilar   I was born and raised in a time and place where people’s claims for justice were more like loud cries, but no one would listen to them and nothing … Continue reading

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Faithful Budget Campaign: Act now!

‘The budget is like breathing; no one pays attention to it until someone is choking to death’ WASHINGTON — Standing in stark contrast to partisan budget proposals that seek first to address a bottom line instead of the nation’s needs … Continue reading

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