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Follow in the footsteps of the President and Vice President of the Methodist Church by going to Stoke Mandeville Methodist Church next Tuesday October 31st at 7.30pm. There you will hear Rev. David Haslam. Who is he? Let the President explain...
"It was off to the House of Lords... where I was privileged to speak at the launch of a book by Methodist minister, Rev David Haslam. A Luta Continua (The struggle continues) is a memoir of David's ministry.  David has been deeply committed to working for justice in the world.  He was at the forefront of the campaign to challenge the apartheid government in South Africa in the 70s and 80s by pressing for companies to stop investing there.  He has worked for justice for Dalits, some of the most oppressed people in the world.  He's argued for the urgency of action on climate change. And he's pushing for tax justice by transnational corporations."
For a summary of the Good Faith Book Club's discussion of his book, click here. For directions to Stoke Mandeville Methodists, click here.

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