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Since Jan. 6 Attacks, Spiritual Leaders Unify to Combat Christian Nationalism

Jan 7, 2022

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Shannon Rivers, a member of the Native American Akimel O’otham, said any conversation about America as a Christian nation begins with the philosophical eradication of Native Americans’ right to their homes. Rivers poses for a photo Oct. 17, 2021, in Malibu, California. RNS photo by Alejandra Molina

Shannon Rivers, a member of the Native American Akimel O’otham, said any conversation about America as a Christian nation begins with the philosophical eradication of Native Americans’ right to their homes. Rivers poses for a photo Oct. 17, 2021, in Malibu, California. RNS photo by Alejandra Molina

Colleen Thomas, bottom center at podium, speaks during the “Constructing a Moral Narrative: Dismantling Christian Nationalism” panel at First African Methodist Episcopal Church in Los Angeles. RNS photo by Alejandra Molina

Colleen Thomas, bottom center at podium, speaks during the “Constructing a Moral Narrative: Dismantling Christian Nationalism” panel at First African Methodist Episcopal Church in Los Angeles. RNS photo by Alejandra Molina

Rabbi Neil Comess-Daniels, left, and Tahil Sharma participate in the “Constructing a Moral Narrative: Dismantling Christian Nationalism” panel at First African Methodist Episcopal Church in Los Angeles, Nov. 18, 2021. Video screen grab

Rabbi Neil Comess-Daniels, left, and Tahil Sharma participate in the “Constructing a Moral Narrative: Dismantling Christian Nationalism” panel at First African Methodist Episcopal Church in Los Angeles, Nov. 18, 2021. Video screen grab

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