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We Are One Family: Personal Encournters with Racism is a series of commentaries of personal experience with racism and the intersection of faith and justice. Hands image by truthseeker08 courtesy of Pixabay; graphic by Laurens Glass, UM News.

We Are God's Family: Personal Encounters with Racism

Racism underlies many significant issues, such as hunger, discrimination and disparities in education and income. As people around the world struggle with racism, personal stories are helping change hearts and minds.
Local Church
The Rev. Derek Kubilus serves as pastor of Uniontown United Methodist Church in Uniontown, Ohio, though “vicar” is his preferred title. Earlier this year, he debuted “Cross Over Q,” a podcast offering a Christian response to the QAnon conspiracy movement. Photo by Brian Koch.

Clergyman takes on QAnon through podcast

The Rev. Derek Kubilus lands on ‘60 Minutes’ after launching his own podcast about conspiracy theories.
Local Church
Omoyi Wandjaka teaches United Methodist women in Kivu, Congo, how to make bread to generate income for their families. Photo by Philippe Kituka Lolonga, UM News.

Celebrating and empowering women in Congo

United Methodist leaders roll out microcredit opportunities and training to help women and girls persevere during COVID-19 and conflict in the region.

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