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In our movement, as well as in our society, many minorities feel that they are not heard in the public sphere. These minorities are not only racial and ethnic. Other minorities are those who hold religious beliefs outside of the mainstream of their congregations. They may also be young adults, or parents with small children. The report raises many issues and suggests how our values can help us address them.
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Last updated on Monday, June 20, 2011.
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