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Holy Trinity Episcopal Church celebrates 130 years of fighting for racial equity and healing

Disheartened by racial segregation imposed even when gathered in prayer, a group of the faithful set out to establish their own churches and Minnesota’s African-American Episcopal congregations were b... read more

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Holy Trinity Episcopal Church celebrates 130 years of fighting for racial equity and healing

Disheartened by racial segregation imposed even when gathered in prayer, a group of the faithful set out to establish their own churches and Minnesota’s African-American Episcopal congregations were b... read more



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