United Faith Community UCC Doubles Down on Racial Equity Work

After George Floyd was murdered in May 2020, the congregation of United Faith Community UCC in Buffalo seized the opportunity to speak up for racial equality.

It Started in a Twin Cities Area Local Church

Rev. Kwame Osei Reed writes in the UCC’s Justice & Peace Network newsletter about the work of the Social Justice Outreach Committee at the United Church of Christ of New Brighton.

Conference Expands Racial Justice Efforts

As we approach the one-year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd, and witness yet another officer-involved shooting with the death of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, we are ever mindful that the hard work of seeking racial justice and embodying that commitment in our own life as a Conference is far from complete.

Seeking Racial Justice

The Minnesota Conference Board recently approved a $25,000 gift to support the Minnesota Council of Church’s (MCC) Truth Telling and Reparations Initiative. In addition, the Amos Task Force continues its work to address and repair historic and present-day racial injustice in Minnesota.