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Official Statement from the Charlotte Clergy Coalition for Justice

September 22, 2016 | We are clergy serving in Charlotte, a city we love and cherish. It is the place we call home and it is a city that is broken. Let us be clear: the events of Tuesday night did not begin on Tuesday. These events are a part of a long system of racism. This systemic racism denies the humanity of some of our residents and tears at the fabric of our nation. We are no strangers in Charlotte to this violence. We have borne witness to the deaths of Lareko Williams, Janisha Fonville, Jonathan Ferrell, and many more unnamed here. We are leaders representing many faiths, seeking both peace and justice. We know in the words of Ella Baker, “we who believe in freedom cannot rest until it comes.” Read more »

BPFNA Statement on Centering Black Lives in Pursuit of Racial Justice

September 21, 2016 | It is with a profound sense of humility and obligation to “witness to the {lack of} peace rooted in justice” in the light of ongoing attacks on black bodies in the US, that the Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America ~ Bautistas por la Paz (BPFNA) stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and all those struggling to resist the systemic forces bearing down on black bodies at this time. Read more »

Join Us for Summer Conference 2017!

Join Us for Summer Conference 2017!

August 15, 2016 | BPFNA is excited to announce that in 2017 we will be holding our annual conference at Misión Mazahua in Toluca, Mexico. This will be our first conference held in Mexico! Watch this brief video to learn more. Watch Now »

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