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‘The Seed of A Revolution’: The Christian Dominionist War On Abortion, Part III

A photo of Lou Engle speaking at a stadium outdoors, men behind him with their arms lifted in prayer

Hundreds of young Mississippians and Alabamans knelt in a dark room, their foreheads to the floor and tears streaming down their faces as each mouthed inaudible prayers, a foreboding melody drowning out their voices. On the stage in front of them, violet lights illuminated the hair of musicians and ministers on the stage, save for a balding man with a thick mustache who squeezed his eyes and rocked back-and-forth as he spoke.

Violence Solutions Not Easy, But Collaboration Works

Violence issues are complex, mired in years of intentional systemic attacks. There are solutions, just not easy ones. Join our second “Beyond Policing: A Conversation about Violence Solutions in Mississippi” on Tuesday, March 1, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. central. Register now at mfp.ms/circles or email azia@mississippifreepress.org.