Category Archives: Race

Join the Movement to End Mass Incarceration

In her bestselling book The New Jim Crow, Michelle Alexander likened the U.S. criminal justice system to the Jim Crow caste system of the U.S. South, in which a class of Americans are subject to a basic political, economic, and judicial system of legalized discrimination.  Her powerful analysis inspired a new look at the impact

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Public Policy Team Decries Massacre and Calls for Preaching, Practicing, and Praying for An End to Racially-Inspired Violence

On Wednesday, June 17th, the world drew a collective gasp of horror once again, as yet another senseless act of gun violence claimed 9 innocent, caring, faithful lives at an historic Black Church, Emanuel AME, in Charleston, South Carolina. While studying the Bible together, a young man, apparently well-schooled in racially inspired hatred and animosity,

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Awareness, Affirmation & Action

A Conversation and Call To Action   MCC Public Policy Team members Rev. Dr. Robert Griffin (Sunshine Cathedral’s Executive Minister and member of MCC Governing Board) and Rev. DeWayne Davis(Senior Pastor of All God’s Children MCC) invite you to join them as they present a conference call series titled “Awareness, Affirmation & Action.”   From

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JOIN GJI/MCC AS WE STAND TOGETHER FOR JUSTICE

In a few days, the United States will commemorate the 50th Anniversary of one of the most famous events in Civil Rights History:  the March from Selma to Montgomery.  It was a painful and bloody moment in the struggle for racial equality, where activists of many faiths, backgrounds, and regions of the U.S. gathered to

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MCC PAD Fast and Prayer Vigil for Justice

Join MCC in a 24-hour Fast & Prayer Vigil for Justice on 15 January 2015, the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. This will be an intentional time for individuals and faith communities to pray about and reflect upon the question:  How can we BE JUSTICE that leads us through reconciliation to peace?   MCC’S People  of African Descent (PAD) ministry is

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