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Elizabeth Warren launches inter-religious Advisory Board, of the ‘struggle for social, racial, and economic justice’

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., one of several Democratic presidential candidates increasing get-out-the-vote efforts for progressive religious voters, launched your campaign, ” inter-religious Advisory Board of the Friday “exist together” in a “just struggle” against President Trump.

Warren, who touted a Methodist Sunday School teacher, has act 16 inter-religious leaders to their Council, including the Massachusetts-based pastor Miniard Culpepper, North Carolina Hermitage heart Zen-leader Bonnie Myotai Treace and Massachusetts Rabbi Matthew soffer., the plan, as a Surrogate, the reports on the election campaign, The hill.

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“The current government has injected harmful rhetoric against religious minorities and communities of color, and it is our duty to fight this vitriol with love. This Council will put faith in action with love and intentionality,” Warren said in her video announcement.

“My fight for social, racial and economic justice is rooted in my faith,” she added. “Don’t think just to think of us, good thoughts—it calls on us to act.”

Warren closes the former Vice-President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and the former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg in bringing faith-based consultant for your campaigns, such as the Trump campaign, continue to fight for the Protestant support with “evangelicals for Trump-coalition.”

Their campaign is expected to announce the approval of 100 additional religious leaders in the near future, a spokeswoman for the campaign.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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