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Advocacy & Social Justice

Marchers undertake a brief pilgrimage to urge for a ceasefire in Gaza

As just one of many demonstrations calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza going on across the country and around the world, Sunday’s interfaith gathering in Louisville, Kentucky, labeled a Gaza Ceasefire Pilgrimage, gathered about 130 people who braved blustery weather to sing, chant, hear from people of three different faiths, and march.

Members of the ‘Solidarity with the Suffering’ delegation share what they saw and heard during their eight days in Palestine-Israel

Together with a few ecumenical partners, “Solidarity with the Suffering,” a 35-member delegation of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s Israel/Palestine Mission Network returned home last week after eight days of solidarity with people who are suffering and mourning the deaths of those who have died in the war in Gaza between Hamas and Israel.