Racism and environmental justice
Communities of color face the brunt of environmental injustice — air, water and soil contamination caused by heavy industry. With every passing year, this toxicity takes more of a toll on already-disadvantaged communities. Presbyterians are listening and responding to this crisis, and they are advocating for real change so all God’s children will have clean water to drink and pure air to breathe.
Also in this issue: Presbyteries share their 2020 hopes for the church, why per capita matters, congregations working for affordable housing in their communities, women of color take on leadership roles
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