"Resolution 20. Racism" was adopted by the 43rd General Council in session, August 8-13, 1989, in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Feb 15, 2010, By AG Official
AG Executive Presbytery issues statement regarding George Floyd, Racism, and Racial Reconciliation.
Jun 03, 2020, By AG News
North Central dean LaToya Burrell’s new book fosters discussion about reconciliation.
Dec 14, 2020, By John W. Kennedy
Love plus understanding begin to bring healing in the unlikely village of Pawnee, Illinois.
Jun 01, 2020, By Timothy C Morgan
Authors of 1989 resolution discuss progress of racial reconciliation in the Church in light of recent national events.
Jun 26, 2020, By John W. Kennedy
University of Mississippi Chi Alpha diversity project tackles prejudicial attitudes.
May 10, 2017, By Jennifer Pallikkathayil
Retired pastor Wanda R. Carter continues to fight prejudice in Christian ranks.
Jan 18, 2016, By John W. Kennedy
Staff and members of a now-multiethnic Arkansas megachurch tackle past prejudices.
Oct 01, 2015, By Deann Alford
General Superintendent Doug Clay interviews Chaplain Wanda Carter on her contribution to the 1989 General Council resolution condemning the "sin of racism" wherever it may exist.
Jun 26, 2020, By AG News
Responding uniquely to the outcry of racism in the U.S., First Assembly of God in Milan, Tennessee, led the "Breathe Walk" — a walk of silence, unity, and love.
Jun 23, 2020, By Dan Van Veen
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