Faith Leaders in Anchorage aim for unity and peace through new initiative | Alaska Insight

Religious leaders in Anchorage are responding to deep divisions over racial equity, social justice, and economic inequality with a new initiative called “Reconciliation: Race, Justice, and the Gospel,” that promotes reconciliation and healing between people of different ethnic backgrounds and beliefs.

Leaders in faith from Alaska’s largest city discuss their plans to unite people locally and in the future, statewide, during a time of anger, resentment, and mistrust.

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