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Cleansing the Temple

Some dismiss these young people for their youth, much as Jesus was as well. Yet they are the same age as many of the leaders of the American Revolution were, the same age as the Marquis de Lafayette and James Monroe were in 1776.

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Half Of Ferguson’s young African-American men are missing

“According to the U.S. Census Bureau, while there are 1,182 African American women between the ages of 25 and 34 living in Ferguson, there are only 577 African American men in this age group. In other words there are more than two young black women for each young black man in Ferguson.” – Stephen Bronars

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With one breath

Picture credit St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, Buffalo, NY The Episcopal News Service offers a round-up of episcopal and diocesan responses to the grand jury decisions

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