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On Saturday, marches were held across the country protesting gun violence, called collectively March for Our Lives.
On March 6, the United States Holocaust Museum has revoked a human rights award it had previously given Aung San Suu Kyi.
Yesterday on ITV’s “Peston on Sunday” program, the Most Rev. Justin Welby said that he couldn’t understand why any Christians backed President Donald Trump. “I really,
Christ Church, Alexandria in Virginia, founded in 1773, has a rich and complex history, which is represented by two plaques dedicated to Robert E. Lee
In honor of the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s famous nailing of his theses to the door of the church and the start of the Reformation, the Washington Post has published an interesting article.
Today, thousands of religious leaders from a wide variety of backgrounds met in Washington, DC to protest social and racial injustice in a protest called “One Thousand Ministers March for Justice”.
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