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Racial-justice work: renewal needed

From the Revd David Haslam

Sir, — The Revd David de Verny urges an office to “monitor, advise, protest, collaborate, stir up, and drive forward” the radical agenda for caring for “the least of these” (“Grasp migrant nettle”, Letters, 5 December).

We used to have one of those, although, rightly, it was ecumenical. It was called originally the Com­munity and Race Relations Unit (CRRU) of the British ...

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