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Looking Back and Looking Forward: Renewing a Conversation about Mission in Hazard, Kentucky

14 mins read

Six Pastors met with Representatives of three General Assembly Programs. On October 22, the Presbytery of Transylvania’s Eastern region hosted a lunch with representatives of the Advisory Committee on Social Witness Policy, the Presbyterian Hunger Program, and Self-Development of People. This is a brief report on why that conversation was

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Why SDOP: Community’s Power for Social Change

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Interviewing Alonzo Johnson, Coordinator for Self Development of People Editor’s note:  Last month, Unbound wrote about reparations as beginning with investments in fully integrated and equal education, in equal access to housing and jobs, and in equal and fair prison sentencing. In continuation of that dialogue, we interviewed Alonzo Johnson, Coordinator

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Reparations to Repair Today’s Widening Rifts: A White Millennial Endorsement of the Reparations Conversation

20 mins read

One of the most universal and repeated messages in the Bible is that God loves justice. Yet, when the word “reparations” is thrown into the political ring as a possible counter to the damages done by slavery, even strongly progressive individuals often dismiss it as “a liberal fantasy” or “just

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