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Curry: “It’s Time to Speak Up”

In an interview with Axios on HBO which aired earlier this week, the Presiding Bishop says that it is time to speak up about racism and the need for police reform.

“I believe in this country and what it stands for: freedom, justice, equality,” the Most Rev. Michael Curry said in the interview. “Those are ideals worth standing for. And when they are challenged, we must speak up.”

…”There have been dramatic changes in American society,” Curry says. […]

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Ruth, Bp Curry, hope and the path ahead

At the Magazine this month we’re telling stories and reflecting on General Convention. In this piece, George Clifford reflects on the meaning of and in Bishop Curry’s election as Presiding Bishop.

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Immigration reform bill clears first hurdle

The Senate overcame a critical hurdle on Tuesday toward advancing the first immigration overhaul in a generation that would affect the nation’s 11 million unauthorized immigrants, all U.S. employers and future legal immigrants.

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