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Together Baton Rouge Works to Improve Bus Service & Transform Community

"Changing BR Together." The Advocate, 05/21/11

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Disappointed Crowd Seeks Answers on Social Service Funding Process

In Fact Daily

May 13, 2011

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Foro de Interfé de la Frontera Enfoca en Inmigración, Votación

Por Aaron Bracamontes \ EL PASO TIMES

Posted: 04/14/2011 12:00:00 AM MDT

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Vienen Mas de 400 a Foro de Candidatos

Por John Hall, El Paso Times

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Organizace, Vote Para Asegurar Igualdad, Justicia

Por el Reverendo Wayne Kendrick y el Reverendo Ken Ducre

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Austin Interfaith Knocks On Doors to Get Out the Vote

So Far, Another Sleepy Austin Election, KUT News

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One LA-IAF Leaders Withdraw Funds from Chase Bank

"Community Activists Hold Rally Against Chase Bank." San Fernando Valley Sun

Boycotting Chase: Parish Members to Withdraw Savings, La Opinion

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Rev. Ronnie Crudup, Administrative Bishop

Fellowship Of International Churches


"In 1992, after fifteen years of active urban ministry in Jackson Ms., I came to a startling understanding. I grasped the revelation that no matter how benevolent and compassionate I and the people I served were toward the needy, we wouldn't bring a solution to the problems before us. We needed more than compassion, we needed systemic change. We needed a model of ministry in addition to what we already had, which taught power and the how to's of leveraging that power for the common good through the Church. That was a watershed moment in my life, and here I am eighteen years later, with thirty plus years of ministry under my belt, and now possessing a full arsenal of ministry assets to win the battle with. The IAF community organizing model of ministry has been a gift of God and I appreciate the lessons learned and accomplishments achieved in the communities I serve. These lessons and techniques should be studied by every churchperson, and all others who have the community at heart!"

Pomona Valley One LA Leaders Challenge Expansion of Waste Transfer Station

"Waste Station Not Right for Pomona Neighborhood." Inland Valley Daily Bulletin