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KEMBA Center Leader Endorses “A Call to Colors” Civic Engagement – GDN Exclusive “A Call to Colors” Vol. II, Part XXII

Rev. Dr. A. J. Connors, Senior Pastor at Hills Chapel Baptist Church in Faison, N.C., and moderator (or Bishop) of the 48-church member Kenansville Eastern Missionary Baptist Association (KEMBA) Center in Warsaw, agrees that a civic engagement strategy employing nonpartisan voter registration, education and mobilization geared to empower the faith-based community is needed, and tells GDN it is something he encourages all churches to be a part of.


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