How are we--progressive people of faith--called to respond to the urgent needs of this political moment? Why does it matter that we approach our work as religious people, and as members of congregations and faith communities? What does solidarity look like with people who are most directly impacted by injustice? How do we speak authentically, morally, and rootedly from our many diverse religious traditions about why justice is our moral imperative? And how do we sustain our spirits, our energy, our communities when there is so much to drain us and fill us with despair?
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