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Biden bolsters role of faith-based organizations to ‘help us heal, unite, and rebuild'

21 days ago   |   By Boston Herald

President Biden on Sunday signed an executive order re-establishing the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, which will promote partnerships with religious and secular organizations that can “help us heal, unite, and rebuild,” the president said.
“There are not Democrats or Republicans dying from this pandemic, or losing their jobs, going hungry and facing eviction in this economic crisis, or facing the sting of systemic racism or the brunt of the climate crisis,” Biden said in a statement. “They are fellow human beings. They are fellow Americans. And this is...
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