On Racial Inequality: Finding Your Voice | Loma Conversations

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How do we meaningfully engage in the work of racial justice and antiracism?

PLNU alums M’Lynn Martin (18) and Orin Mozon (14) share with the Center for Justice & Reconciliation (CJR) on using their voices — particularly in the church — and how we all have a role in creating a more just world.

Related Story: Orin Mozon shares his hope and the resolve he maintains to stand on the side of justice as history unfolds.

Related Story: How M’Lynn Martin makes a conscious effort to speak up about racism when she sees it, even with her own family.

PLNU’s the Viewpoint publishes relevant and vital stories that grapple with life's profound questions from a uniquely Christian perspective. In addition to the content offered online, the Viewpoint print magazine is published three times a year in spring, summer, and fall.

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