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Re-commit to Racial Justice and Equity

In the aftermath of the march by White supremacists and White nationalists in Virginia, the United Church calls its members to recommit themselves to challenging the systemic racism and accompany those working for racial justice and equity. 

The United Church remains firmly committed to racial justice, equity, and intercultural engagement. The events in Charlottesville have only emphasized the imperative for these commitments.

A new blog post by Rev. Paul Douglas Walfall of Fort Saskatchewan Pastoral Charge calls the church to "hold up a candle in the presence of racism"

It is time to re-commit to racial justice, equity, and to confronting White privilege and all of its manifestations. The church has  many resources for people who want to become more involved in mending the world. Find out more.

Photo credit: The Associated Press - Steven Senne