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Center for American Progress names 15 faith leaders to watch in 2015

Photo of ExodusFoundation event, © 2008 Tiona Fuller Photography

The Center for American Progress has released a list of 15 progressive religious leaders they predict will be important this year.

The first leader is Macky Alston, a vice-president of media at Auburn Theological School, and the  filmmaker who won awards for his recent documentary on the Right Rev Gene Robinson, “Love Free or Die”.

They feature clergy in Ferguson, Missouri, including the Revs. Starsky Wilson and Traci Blackmon, who are working towards justice and reconciliation following […]

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