April Violence Can’t Bring Silence

By Rev. Beth Long-Higgins  •  April 15, 2021

Author's note: This blog post is the second in our series inspired by Amanda Gorman’s words in “The Hill We Climb.”

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April Violence Can’t Bring Silence

By Rev. Beth Long-Higgins  •  April 15, 2021

Author's note: This blog post is the second in our series inspired by Amanda Gorman’s words in “The Hill We Climb.”

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