“Respect, Compassion, Atonement”

Henry Banks, the Conference’s guest speaker for the September 15 "Justice Talk to Justice Walk” discussion, shared his story of creating a memorial to address the lynching of three innocent black men in Duluth in 1920.

Justice Talk to Justice Walk: Building Awareness, Strengthening Our Resolve

Next up: Jim Bear Jacobs on "Refusing to fight for crumbs: Exploring the intersections of Indigenous and Black Justice." Plus check out the videos from the first four webinars in our series.

Answering the Call for Reparations

At its 2019 Annual Meeting, the Minnesota Conference voted to begin a process of reparations with approval of a resolution. The newly formed Amos Task Force has stepped into this work, choosing two Indigenous organizations for reparations funding.

Young Adults Work for Justice

On June 20, the Minnesota Conference's interns and two other young adults met at Peace United Church of Christ in St. Cloud to participate in a Black Lives Matter Sidewalk Chalk event.

Board of Directors Appoints Amos Task Force to Address Racial Injustice

Twelve diverse clergy from across the Conference have been recruited to serve on the Amos Task Force to shape both short- and longer-term responses to racial injustice in Minnesota and in our Conference.

UCC Youth Speak Up & Out

This summer, three young adults are interning with the Conference to engage other youth in important work and activities. Here's a look at the amazing work they've been doing.

Reflections on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

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History's Legacies & Our Unfinished Work By Reverend Shari…

Pastoral Letter from the Conference Minister: The Work We’re Called To

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My partners in faith, In the wake of events in Bloomington,…