Brian Pellot writes for Religion News Service.
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BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe (RNS) Leaning over his desk in Harare, the Zimbabwe flag’s green, red, yellow, and black stripes draped around his neck, Pastor Evan Mawarire looked into the camera and launched an uprising.
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CAPE TOWN, South Africa (RNS) Flanked by guitars and drums, master of ceremonies Nicole Green grabbed a microphone atop the outdoor stage and shouted, “Are we ready to rock Cape Town?”
CAPE TOWN, South Africa (RNS) Sipping ginger beer at an outdoor restaurant in Gugulethu, one of South Africa’s murder hubs, Prince January said he feels safe.
Across the train tracks at their shared home in Manenberg, Hlubi George said she can finally sleep through the night.
Interfaith leaders have long rallied for racial and economic justice. Now the Faithful Internet campaign is calling on America’s religious communities to fight just as hard for net neutrality.
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