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KYP: Thursdays in Black

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The UCC relaunches #ThursdaysinBlack, promoting the global campaign against violence and an observance at the 2021 General Synod.

 
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UCC churches erase almost $5.5 million in medical debt in California
 
Abolishing Medical Debt
 
UCC churches and the national setting erase almost $5.5 million in medical debt in California.
 
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Leaders announce assessment of UCC’s ‘racial diversity, equity, inclusion’
 
Assessing Our Own Equity
 
UCC leaders announce an assessment of the UCC’s ‘racial diversity, equity and inclusion.’
 
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Words of a 12-year-old, emphasis on voting impress UCC participants in DC rally
 
Granddaughter of a King
 
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After 140-mph winds, Iowans get help from each other and UCC Disaster Ministries
 
Recovering from the Damage
 
After 140-mph winds, Iowans get help from each other and UCC Disaster Ministries.
 
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Labor Day commentary: For big problems, we need bigger dreams
 
Thoughts for Labor Day
 
For today’s big problems, we need bigger dreams, says the UCC’s minister of economic justice.
 
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Driven by Faith with Sister Simone Campbell and Rev. Traci Blackmon
 
Driven by Faith
 
Join Sister Simone Campbell and the Rev. Traci Blackmon, Thursday, Sept. 3, as they discuss how to live out one’s faith amidst a challenging political climate.
 
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An Existential Threat
Black or white, red or brown – our souls and spirits cry out for justice, for peace, for healing.
 
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The UCC relaunches #ThursdaysinBlack, promoting the global campaign against violence and an observance at the 2021 General Synod.


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