Los Angeles, like other cities across the nation, is facing a rise in gun violence. And the police budget is growing.
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A Roundtable Discussion with Park Community Church Pastors, Jason LaLonde, Kensen Lam, and Nathan Payne
Pastor Corey Brooks’ ‘magic sauce’ is his compassionate form of judgment
Government-backed affordable housing has largely been confined to majority Black neighborhoods with high concentrations of poverty, perpetuating the city’s history of segregation.
April 7, 2021
Characterizing people by skin color or sexual practice violates core principles of a free society and worsens human divisions.
Dr. Dwight Perry
February 12, 2021
Carl R. Trueman
FEBRUARY 8, 2021| 6:53 PM
The personal testimonies from members of Park Community Church help contribute to our ongoing journey of understanding the many kinds of injustices that take place in our every day world… and the hope we have to overcome in the name of Jesus. Watch this video and share. | January 17, 2021
Read the letter in its entirety here | Written in April 1963 | The Atlantic published the letter in the August 1963 issue, under the headline “The Negro Is Your Brother.”