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Statement On Black Lives Matter In The Central Valley

Faith in the Valley Issues Statement on Anti-Blackness in the Central Valley and the Movement for Black Lives

Faith in the Valley affirms the nationwide protest where people of faith, as well as people of good will, lift our voices for the declaration of the dawn of a new day. While many denounce the protest because of the element of property vandalism, we call on these critics to refocus their attention from any looting being done by economically dispossessed persons and towards a system that loots and robs Black and minoritized persons every day across the country.
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U.S. Capitol - Congress

Faith in Action Calls On Congress to Put Racial Equity Front and Center of CARES 2 Stimulus Package

This public health and humanitarian crisis calls for bold and moral leadership from Congress to remedy the deep and systemic racial inequities in our country. To save lives and limit the damage to our society and economy, our response to this crisis must be both universal, providing protection, care, and support to everyone, and targeted, focusing resources on people and communities most at-risk. To date, the federal response has exacerbated rather than alleviated racial inequality, putting all of our health and wellbeing at-risk.
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Let's Continue To Stand Up, Fight For Those In McFarland

Let’s Continue to Stand Up, Fight for Those in McFarland

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno represents about one million Catholics and, hopefully, inspires others, including folks who reside in the town of McFarland. Often it is those very same folks who inspire us and I am immensely proud of the parishioners at St Elizabeth’s Catholic Church in McFarland who, along with many others, put their faith into practice and stood up for themselves, their neighbors, their community and this country by...
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Modesto Area Community Groups Spread The Word About The Importance Of The 2020 Census

Modesto Area Community Groups Spread the Word About the Importance of the 2020 Census

Faith in the Valley, a nonprofit group that offers help to underserved residents, is canvassing neighborhoods and speaking to households that have not participated in the census before. Especially in communities with immigrants, many residents fear their personal information on census forms will be handed to federal immigration enforcement officials and lead to their deportation.
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