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Faith leaders have a crucial role to play within today’s social justice movements, beyond just mobilizing our members. Drawing on our spiritual resources, our religious traditions, and our moral commitments, we can help shift the moral narrative of our society and make more possible the healing and justice we seek.

On Monday, Feb. 21 join the NYS Poor People’s Campaign and the Labor-Religion Coalition of NYS for a statewide virtual convening of faith leaders to build community, learn and reflect on the role of religion in the movement and organize to take action together. 

This event is free and open to all faith leaders, broadly defined. This includes clergy or official representatives of congregations/religious organizations, people who are active in faith communities but may not have an official title or role, and people who may be spiritual or pastoral leaders in another setting.

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