The Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples is the nation's first interracial, interfaith congregation. It was co-founded by Dr. Howard Thurman and Dr. Alfred Fisk.
Mission: Its mission is to create a religious fellowship that transcends artificial barriers of race, nation, culture, gender, and social distinctions. THE COMMISSION This Church undertakes to make specific impact upon the community through a membership committed to the application of the principles of the Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples in everyday living. Each member is called upon to find their own avenue of practical expression in fulfilling the Commitment both in their own life and through active participation in the program of the Church.
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Please follow the COVID-19 state of california orders and stay healthy.
npr.org Amid a surge in COVID-19 cases that have inundated ICUs, the Southern California county is also asking ambulance crews to conserve bottled oxygen.
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commondreams.org "Let this be the end of it," said whistleblower Edward Snowden.
For parents. https://www.splcenter.org/PERIL
splcenter.org Features and Stories Building Resilience & Confronting Risk in the COVID-19 Era: A Parents & Caregivers Guide to Online Radicalization June 30, 2020 We’ve known for years that it can be all too easy for people to become radicalized without even leaving home. The proliferation of extremist spaces a...
America’s poor children. https://apple.news/ALZ44uEZuShSbr_ejjUv6Vg
apple.news When schools closed because of COVID-19, teachers delivered free food to students at their homes. Many encountered poverty firsthand for the first time.
theguardian.com Human rights groups accuse Israel of dodging obligations to millions in occupied territories who may wait months for vaccination
washingtonpost.com In this stressful era, I feel grateful that this WWII veteran pulled up these memories and told me about the apparition.
amazonwatch.org As the Amazon rainforest smolders from another disastrous burning season and its Indigenous communities face spiking violence and land invasions incited by a racist president, we must stand in solidarity with Brazil's grassroots resistance. Amazon Watch's and APIB's innovative reporting does just th...
theguardian.com The cover-up has to stop – and with it the huge sums in aid, says Nobel peace laureate Desmond Tutu
democracynow.org President Trump’s pardon of four former Blackwater contractors has sparked outrage in Iraq and in the United States. Nicholas Slatten, Paul Slough, Evan Liberty and Dustin Heard were convicted in the killing of 14 Iraqis in 2007, when contractors for the mercenary firm opened fire on civilians in ...
democracynow.org While the United States, Britain and other wealthy countries race to vaccinate their populations against the coronavirus, a new report finds that as much as 90% of the population in dozens of poorer countries could be forced to wait until at least 2022 because wealthy countries are hoarding so much....
washingtonpost.com Inmates pooled what they earned from jobs like mopping the floors, which pays 8 cents an hour. They ended up raising $32,000.
nbcnews.com The coronavirus has destroyed the lives, savings and small businesses of innumerable Americans — but the year wasn’t a financial washout for everyone.
cnbc.com The Covid pandemic fueled extreme inequality in 2020, as rich, White Americans saw their wealth grow and others were stuck in poverty and joblessness.
middleeasteye.net Prominent activist sentenced to five years and eight months in case that has drawn international condemnation
npr.org Israel aims to vaccinate 25% of its citizens by end of January but the country has not provided any to the Israeli-occupied West Bank and Gaza, which are scrambling for shots.
latimes.com Among all the loathsome recipients of Trump pardons or commutations, healthcare fraudster Philip Esformes stands out.
The US drug companies act worse than the drug cartel. At time of poverty and pandemic they only are concerned about profits. Shame on them.
jacobinmag.com Lorraine Hansberry is best known for her classic play A Raisin in the Sun. But she was also a committed radical who insisted that black workers must be at the heart of the struggle for liberation.
washingtonpost.com Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomed the former U.S. Navy analyst and his wife, Esther, with a celebratory Jewish prayer.
alternet.org Indigenous and wilderness conservation groups were among those on Wednesday responding with outrage to video of a National Park Service ranger tasering an unarmed Indigenous man after he walked off a trail in Petroglyph National Monument in New Mexico on Sunday and then refused to comply with the ra...
Tax cuts for the wealthy didn't boost the economies of the U.S. and 17 other countries — but they did worsen income inequality.
commondreams.org "The Rice family has been cheated of a fair process yet again," said family attorney Subodh Chandra.
reuters.com U.S. President Donald Trump's pardon of four American men convicted of killing Iraqi civilians while working as contractors in 2007 violated U.S. obligations under international law, U.N. human rights experts said on Wednesday.
Rev Martin Todd Allen at Ethics in Technology event. Save the night of Feb 11th for another Ethics in Tech event. Focused on Presidential Priorities https://youtu.be/1YsmmHOer-U
youtube.com Rev Martin Todd Allen Advisor To Ethics In Technology Rev. Martin Todd Allen is an Associate Minister at the Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples. He is...
truthout.org Businesses that don’t rehire all their workers may have to pay back the loans plus 1 percent interest.
democracynow.org President Trump’s pardon of four former Blackwater contractors convicted for their role in a massacre in Baghdad has sparked outrage in Iraq. The Blackwater guards include Nicholas Slatten, who was sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of first-degree murder for his role in the 2007 Ni...
npr.org In the midst of a pandemic that's wreaking havoc on prisons and disproportionately affects older people, activists known as the Kings Bay Plowshares have been sentenced to up to 33 months in prison.
theroot.com I’m angered and exhausted to report that another unarmed Black man has been killed by police, this time in Columbus, Ohio.
cnn.com Four US security personnel from the private company Blackwater, who were convicted of shooting unarmed civilians in the Nisour Square massacre in Iraq, have been included in a swathe of pardons announced by President Trump. In total 17 people were killed in the massacre. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.
publicintegrity.org Expansion could be scaled back as President-elect Biden and Congress prioritize pandemic and recession problems.
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