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PC(USA) Signs on to Top 10 Health Care Priorities Letter

Dear Senator: Last March, 43 various religious organizations, denominations, and faith traditions urged that any repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) meet our ten priorities for moral health care reform. These principles set out the moral framework that reflects our various faiths’ principles for care. The latest proposal from Senators Graham,… Read more »

Advocacy Training Weekend April 20-23

Save the Dates! Advocacy Training Weekend   A World Uprooted Human migration and the impact of conflict, climate, and corruption   April 20-23, 2018 in Washington, DC More information and registration coming soon!

URGENT: Stop the Dismantling of Refugee Resettlement

URGENT: Stop the Dismantling of Refugee Resettlement A Refugee Admissions Goal of Less than 75,000 Is Inexcusable Background: News outlets are reporting that the Trump administration may set the refugee admissions goal for next fiscal year at less than 50,000 – which would already be the lowest goal in U.S. history. The average admissions goal… Read more »

Office of Public Witness Statement on Charlottesville

Statement on Charlottesville    Saturday was a horrific, tragic day in the annals of the United States of America. Peaceful protestors were confronted with violence. A young woman lost her life simply for daring to say no to racism. A hate group gathered to spread its toxic message and committed an act of terror.  … Read more »

PCUSA Stated Clerk Joins Jewish, Christian and Muslim National Religious Leaders in Call for Israeli-Palestinian Peace

National Interreligious Leadership Initiative for Peace in the Middle East Website: www.nili-mideastpeace.org   In a letter to President Trump, thirty-five Jewish, Christian and Muslim national religious leaders agree that Israeli-Palestinian peace is possible. They believe, “based on the legitimate, long-standing aspirations of Israelis and Palestinians for national self-determination and security, a two-state solution still represents… Read more »