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Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III, Senior Pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ
As America began to gear up for its incredibly wasteful (over 40 trillion dollars since 1972) and utterly futile War on Drugs, there were three critical federal actions that contributed to our current vastly over-militarized police forces.
Rev. Curtiss Paul DeYoung was part of a small delegation of clergy and activists attending the governor’s signing of a minimum wage ballot initiative in Pilsen on Sunday, June 22nd. The delegation also included our board members Jaquie Algee, Michelle Day, and Larry Greenfield.
Historic civil rights organization hires activist, author, scholar and preacher to lead “the ongoing struggle against economic injustice and institutional racism.”
CHICAGO, Jan 29, 2014 -- Rev. Curtiss DeYoung, EdD has been named the new Executive Director of Community Renewal Society. Rev. DeYoung is currently Professor of Reconciliation Studies and the co-chair of the Department of Anthropology, Sociology, and Reconciliation Studies at Bethel University in St. Paul, MN.