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W. Sterling Cary, first African-American to lead the National Council of Churches, dies aged 94

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“These black Christian leaders wrote about jobs, the education system, equal opportunity, income disparity, discrimination in fact, the fact that only a small group of people have income. average input. [African Americans] There has been progress in America, the need to rebuild urban areas, and the need for America to stop destructive wars abroad,” said theologian Dwight N. Hopkins Written in the 2017 volume “Black Theology – Essays on Global Perspectives”. “They have called [Black] churches to recognize the power they have and to use that power for the poor on earth instead of primarily aiming for life after death.”

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