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The association representing the nation's African-American women religious has received an award for its more than 50 years of service in the realm of social justice.
The National Black Sisters' Conference has once again spoken out in support of voting rights protections currently stalled in the Senate.
The first Black nun to head a Catholic parish is now the namesake of a graduate student fellowship at her alma mater.
The USCCB has wrapped its first in-person meeting in two years, but the intervening pandemic and racial reckoning have hardly caused much of a shift.
Statement: National Black Sisters' Conference on USCCB head Gómez' speech against social justice movements
The nation's Black sisters are the first Black Catholic organization to directly address this month's controversial statements from Archbishop José Gómez.
Nate Tinner-Williams briefly dissects some of the forgotten organizations formed during the height of the Black Catholic Movement.
The National Black Sisters' Conference has linked arms with the Leadership Conference of Women Religious to express support for voter protections in a time of siege.