June 30, 2020 Announcements

June has been a very active month in the city of Cincinnati, and because of your support, Beloved Community Church has been deeply involved. We wanted to share just some of the amazing work done by the members and pastor of Beloved Community Church.

June 21-30, 2020

Beloved Community Church Member Zaria Davis wins a prestigious grant. WVXU (Audio Included) 

Xavier University's Newswire displays a photo gallery of on-campus rally for Black Lives that includes Anna and Ken Ghee. 

 

June 14-20, 2020

Pastor Nelson and Pastor Lesley Jones lead a collection of clergy and faith leaders to speak truth to the mayor. Cincinnati Enquirer (Pictures Included)

 

June 7-13, 2020

Beloved Community Church member Jennifer Ingram talks about race and inequities in America. WKRC-Local12 (Video Included)

Originalitees owner, Khisha Asubuhi, says, "Beloved Community Church is doing more." Spectrum News (Video Included)

Local T-Shirt Business, Originalitees, donates to Beloved Community Church  City Beat (Audio Included)

Pastor Nelson is interviewed about the creation of the Cincinnati Bail Fund. Spectrum News (Video Included)

Deon Hampton, of the Cincinnati Enquirer, writes about police tactics during the protest. (Pastor Nelson is quoted) Cincinnati Enquirer 

 

June 1-6, 2020

Robin Wright speaks about the activist training and the importance of protest.

A reflection on a panel conversation on protests, COVID and race involving Pastor Nelson, Iris Roley, and Rev. Damon Lynch, III. Crux 

Pastor Nelson and Robin discuss the bail fund, protesting, and the call for justice. WVXU (Audio)

Cincinnati's Mass Defense Coalition, including Pastor Nelson, Robin, and Zaria speak truth to City Council. City Beat (Audio Included)

Cincinnati Mass Defense Coalition calls for justice. WKRC Local12 (Video Included)

Robin Wright speaks about the power of protest to propel social change. Cleveland Scene Press (Audio Included)

 

In addition Elite Daily News, and the students at Davidson University, were among those who listed Beloved Community Church Bail Fund as a place to give to support the work. 

 

 

 

 

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