UCC: Pandemics of COVID-19 and of Racism are Interrelated

United Church of Christ officers explore how the pandemic of racism spills out as police brutality and in the disparately high impact of COVID-19 on people of color, especially Black people. A disproportionate number of Black people are dying senselessly – and it’s because of racism.

United Church of Christ officers explore how the pandemic of racism spills out as police brutality and in the disparately high impact of COVID-19 on people of color, especially Black people. A disproportionate number of Black people are dying senselessly – and it’s because of racism. Click here to read the officers’ full statement.

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