Ongoing discrimination within the Greensboro Police Department has community activists and local clergy speaking out for reform. To find out more please watch this press conference held at St. Barnabas Episcopal church:
The mission of the Bishop's Committee for Racial Justice & Reconciliation of the Diocese of North Carolina is, through the power of the Holy Spirit, to transform our congregational and diocesan structures, communities, and personal lives to eliminate racism.
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Fred Clarkson, the Rev.
Deidre Crumbley (St. Ambrose, Raleigh) through 2012