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Executive Director of Integrity speaks to National Press Club

Executive Director of Integrity speaks to National Press Club

Last week Vivian Taylor, Executive Director of Integrity, was invited to speak at the National Press Club as a part of an event by the Not All Like That project. Taylor notes at Walking with Integrity, “It was a diverse group of people speaking to harm done to LGBTQ by folks claiming Christianity, and how as Christians we can now work to undo that harm.”


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