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Get Off Your Mat & VOTE: Churches Can Decide Midterms

Don’t let no one fool you.  The church still plays a major role in the fabric of today’s society.  During the last couple of months, it has been encouraging to work with faith-based leaders that recognize their role in the … Continue reading

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We Shall Overcome? When? The Unpreached Modern Day Slavery

“People sold for sex in this country are American children who are disproportionately black and brown,” she says. “They are between the ages of 12 and 13 — middle school aged. “ That was a statement from Malika Saadar Sar … Continue reading

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Making FaithPrints: Why Moral Mondays Is Every Activist’s Calling

This past Monday, in Atlanta, GA, 39 people were arrested for various acts of civil disobedience.  In a movement called “Moral Mondays,” which began in North Carolina in 2013, everyday citizens have formed coalitions in several states, protesting against policies … Continue reading

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Justice

You know, sometimes things don’t happen like we want them to. That’s just life. We all know it. But sometimes you don’t wanna accept. And sometimes when things go wrong and people wrong you, you start to feel like “It’s … Continue reading

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CAN'T WE ALL JUST GET ALONG?

The first time I saw this symbol was a few years ago on the bumper sticker of a car driving down the highway. My initial reaction to seeing it was, “Coexist? Oh Lord. Here’s yet another excuse for people to not … Continue reading

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