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Bishops pledge to continue dismantling racism

The Council of Bishops of The United Methodist Church is pledging their ongoing dedication to anti-racism work, both within the church and in our communities. A revival of the Dismantling Racism campaign, launched in June 2020, will strengthen efforts to recognize racism as a sin and challenge unjust systems of power and access.

Bishop Thomas J. Bickerton shares a video message to assure all United Methodists that the Council of Bishops is committed to this vital effort, saying, “We will work tirelessly until we can celebrate the day when we can say that there is justice and equity for all of God’s people.”

This video was produced by United Methodist Communications. The contact is Joe Iovino.
This video was published on June 21, 2023.

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