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“We have to say the word, ‘Poverty,’” said Barber, according to ...

Rev. William Barber calls on Democrats to host debate on poverty, racism

Rev. William Barber talks to DNC.

by: Jack Jenkins Aug. 23, 2019 (RNS) — The Rev. William Barber II, a progressive activist and pastor, addressed the executive committee of the Democratic National Committee on Friday (Aug. 23), calling on party leaders to host a presidential debate focused on poverty and to do more to address the concerns of poor and low-income Americans. The co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign, named for the last major campaign of Martin Luther King Jr., Barber insisted that poverty touches all people and regions of the United States and overlaps withRead More


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The Potential End to the U.S. Refugee Program Is More than a Political Crisis – It’s an Identity One — World Relief

America is facing an identity crisis. It’s a crisis that threatens to undermine an identity painstakingly forged over hundreds of years — years during which America became a haven of hope for those seeking a safer, more promising place to build a future.  Source: The Potential End to the U.S. Refugee Program Is More than a Political Crisis – It’s an Identity One — World Relief