Ecumenical group flounders as racism goes unaddressed

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An ecumenical group of Christian denominations that was determined to address racism inside and outside the church faces an uncertain future after two of its three historically black member-churches stopped attending its meetings. Churches Uniting in Christ, which dates to 1962, has eliminated its director position and is facing budgetary constraints after the representatives of […]

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