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The growing #BlackLivesMatter movement has resonated with a number of religious leaders, and critics have objected, claiming that the movement has endangered the lives of police,
The St Louis American interviewed The Very Rev. Mike Kinman, dean of Christ Church Cathedral, about his enthusiastic support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Rev. Kinman
USA Today reports that police are looking for the suspects, two white men who were caught on surveillance camera placing Confederate flags on the grounds
#PropheticGrief banner from Middle Collegiate Church website The Huffington Post is running a new inter-faith series on #BlackLivesMatter, starting with The Rev. Jacqueline J. Lewis,
Faith leaders and activists speak out against the violence depicted in the latest viral video of police and young people of color. Is your church?
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