Louisiana

Established in 2008 by clergy who wanted to see real change in their communities, the Micah Project performs faith-based community organizing and uses the development of leadership skills to empower citizens to organize their communities and find solutions to problems faced by people in the Greater New Orleans area. The Micah Project is comprised of 16 congregations and represents over 10,000 people.

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April 3, 2019

Gun Violence

Following the Murder of Rapper Nipsey Hussle, Local and National Clergy Offer Condolences to Family and Call for Faith Leaders to become PEACEMAKERS in communities

For Immediate Release: April 3, 2019 Contact: Jennifer R. Farmer, jenniferr@spotlightpr.org Oakland, CA – Following the fatal shooting of rapper, community activist …

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March 28, 2019

Voting Rights/Demoracy

Faith leader calls offensive prayer delivered on swearing-in day of PA State Rep. Movita Johnson-Harrell “a message of hate”

For Immediate Release:  March 28, 2019 Contact:  Erin Williams | ewilliams@faithinaction.org | 202-748-0699 WASHINGTON –  On Monday, Pennsylvania State Representative Movita Johnson-Harrell …

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March 26, 2019

LA RED

FAITH LEADERS AND IMMIGRANTS URGE CONGRESS TO INVEST IN COMMUNITIES AND DEFUND ICE/CBP INCLUDING $1BILLION ON BORDER WALL

For Immediate Release – March 26, 2019 Contact: Gebe Martinez, gebe.gmnetworking@gmail.com | 703-731-9505 Kathryn Johnson, AFSC, (206) 898-2832, kjohnson@afsc.org #InvestinLove Capitol Hill …

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