The State of Global Refugees, Migrants and Asylum

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The world currently has a crisis as people are on the move for a variety of reasons. Learning about the push and pull of migration, increases the ability to be advocates for changes and policies, with the changes in administration.…

Gonna Trouble the Water: A Live Reading and Book Discussion

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To deny water is to deny life. On Thursday, April 29th, join author Miguel A. De La Torre and contributors to Gonna Trouble the Water as they discuss the sacred nature of water and the ways it is weaponized against…

Mind the Gap: Motherhood

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In this four-part series, we will address the need for economic justice. Over the next four months we will explore Motherhood, Working and Wage Justice, Debt and Health Equity. Join us for part one on the topic of Motherhood with…

State of Global Racial Justice

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Afrophobia refers to a range of negative attitudes and feelings towards black people or people of African Descent around the world. It is a perceived fear and hatred of the cultures and peoples of Africa and the African diaspora. This…

Sisterhood: The Work Our Soul Requires

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Our togetherness is rooted in the spirit of Ubuntu - I am because you are, and because you are, I can be also. Join African American Women in Ministry (AAWIM) for a candid conversation with an intergenerational panel of women…

Wisdom for the Church: Antoinette Brown Awardees Speak

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In 1853, Antoinette Brown was the first woman ordained into the Christian ministry in modern times. Throughout her lifetime, she was a passionate advocate for women’s leadership in church and society. Since 1975, the UCC at General Synod has recognized…