Progressive National Baptist Convention resolutions for it’s virtual 60th Anniversary Session, August 1-5, 2021.
Social Justice in Action
On Monday, August 2nd at 11am EST, PNBC Pastors joined Social Justice Co Chair, Rev. Dr. Freddy Haynes and stood alongside Bishop William Barber and the Poor People’s Campaign in a stand against voter suppression.
Monday, August 2nd at 11am EST, PNBC churches will gather stand in solidarity with our Social Justice Co Chair, Rev. Dr. Freddy Haynes (Monday & Tuesday) as we stand against voter suppression and advocate for the passing of the John Lewis Voting Rights and For the People Act!
Rev. Gilbert and The Center for Racial Equity and Justice stand in solidarity with the Asian community as they grieve and cope with the racist culture of America.
Greetings my dear Brothers and Sisters of Progressive, I write to you as your President, brother, friend and co laborer in the fight for justice and equality.
The Progressive National Baptist Convention’s Call to Vote the Entire Ballot for the November 3, 2020 Election
The Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc. calls on all of its members to join its movement to get out the vote by registering, organizing get out the vote campaigns and encouraging all Americans to vote the entire ballot for the November 3, 2020 election.
Once again, the body of Christ has been called upon by God to witness to the creative power of love, Justice, mercy and righteousness over the cruel and infernal powers of darkness that has usurped God’s creation and bent it to the will of political corruption, cruelty, avarice and greed.
In various and sundry times throughout its history the Christian Church has been called upon by exigent circumstances in its native context to respond spiritually to social, cultural, economic and political crises.
We come to this historical moment deeply disturbed by the overwhelming confluence of troubling dynamics that have converged in a potentially devastating tide of spiritual, political and cultural chaos.
PNBC Social Justice Commission Remembers Civil Rights Icon Rep. John Lewis. “The time is always right to do what is right.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.