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In this episode, we are joined by Dr. W. Franklyn Richardson, Chairman of the Conference of National Black Churches (CNBC) and Senior Pastor of Grace Baptist Church (Mount Vernon, NY) for a riveting conversation about faith, race, and the survival of both in the Black community. Dr. Richardson outlines how Black churches have pivoted to meet the expanding needs of Black communities challenged by COVID-19 and weigh reopening decisions amid political pressure. The hosts for this episode are Clint Odom, NUL Senior Vice President of Policy & Advocacy and Toni Wiley, NUL Director of Advocacy.

From the National Urban League, For The Movement discusses persistent policy, social, and civil rights issues affecting communities of color.

Discussed in this episode:

National Urban League

Black

Black America

African-American

News

Information

Advocacy

Black Church

Conference of National Black Churches

Faith-Based

COVID-19

Pandemic

Reopening

Social Justice

Public Health

Health Disparity

Reparations

Racism

White Privilege

Corporate Boards

Inclusion

High Speed Broadband

Technology Gap

Paycheck Protection Program

PPP

CDC

Contact and Follow:

Web: #ForTheMovement

Email: podcast@nul.org

Twitter: https://twitter.com/NULpolicy

Conference of National Black Churches on Twitter: @thecnbc

Conference of National Black Churches website: www.thecnbc.org

Grace Baptist Church website: http://www.gracechurchtoday.org

Grace Baptist Church Instagram: gracebcmv

Grace Baptist Church Facebook: GraceBaptistChurchMV

Google Policy on Twitter: @googlepubpolicy @mschanellep

Marc’s Twitter: @MarcMorial

Clint’s Twitter: @ClintEOdom

Toni’s Twitter: @ToniWiley_1789

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