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Advocacy & Social Justice

Rural poverty webinar coming in March

Rural poverty will be the focus of the March 10 installment of “The Struggle is Real,” a virtual discussion series by the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People (SDOP).

‘We need to talk about voting’

“We need to talk about voting,” Dr. Rodney S. Sadler Jr. of Union Presbyterian Seminary said to kick off a 90-minute webinar Tuesday titled “Our Voices, Our Votes, Our Freedoms,” “making sure we are putting this front and center of any work we’re doing.”

Afghanistan is in a desperate humanitarian crisis. Presbyterians call for help

As Afghanistan faces a humanitarian crisis that threatens to take more lives than the United States’ 20-year war in the country, the Office of Public Witness and Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations are calling on the Biden Administration to reverse fiscal policies that are exacerbating the situation.

Join the liberating movement of love

To set the stage for her “Circles of faith, Circle of Empowerment” message from Hebrews 11:23-28 on Friday, the Rev. Dr. Lis Valle-Ruiz proclaimed during the recently renamed Association of Partners in Christian Education conference that attendees were going to experience the Holy Spirit throughout their whole body.

Is being Black a preexisting condition?

The extent to which being Black is a preexisting condition that can foster poorer health outcomes was the among the topics addressed during a webinar put on Tuesday by Union Presbyterian Seminary.

Presbyterians looking forward to gender equality event

Presbyterians are gearing up to participate in the 66th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, an annual gathering that will focus on empowering women and girls and protecting the planet.

PC(USA) joins call for peace in Ukraine

The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is joining a dozen fellow faith-based organizations, including several other mainline denominations, in calling for peace in a simmering conflict involving Russia and Ukraine.

Poor People’s Campaign plans June 18 March on Washington

Presbyterians and other people of faith are being encouraged to begin making plans to participate in a march and assembly of poor people and low-wage workers that the Poor People’s Campaign will hold this summer in Washington, D.C.

Human rights group marks historic convictions in Guatemala

Human rights groups including the Guatemala Human Rights Commission are marking this week’s guilty verdicts of five former Civil Defense Patrollers accused of crimes of sexual violence and crimes against humanity against 36 Maya Achí women.