Rachel Lampard: October 2016
I am inspired by our Church's deep commitment to justice, Around the country people generously support charities, run foodbanks, work with young people, write to MPs. Working for justice has to be a partnership with those who are experiencing injustice. If we fail to listen to people who are oppressed or living in poverty and fail to learn from them, then we risk assuming we can speak for people. I hope we have the audacity to work together for justice in the world we share.
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