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Ginny Underwood

Tribal flags Standing Rock

Photo by Dave Stucke, Dakotas Conference

Social media enabled the Standing Rock Sioux to gain international support for their fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline, and social media will be a key instrument for future protests, writes communicator Ginny Underwood. more

Advocating Justice

Standing Rock

Photo courtesy of Dallas Parker, Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference.

United Methodists have joined with hundreds of Native American tribal people around the United States to oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline that threatens the local watershed. more

Global Health, Disasters & Climate Change

The Rev. Homer Noley worked for 40 years to gain inclusion of Native American United Methodists at all levels of the church. more

Ordained Ministry

Coats for Standing Rock

Photo Courtesy of Dallas Parker

United Methodists continue to support the Standing Rock Sioux as they prepare to challenge President Donald Trump's executive order to start the Dakota Access Pipeline that threatens tribal lands and watershed. more

Advocating Justice

Tribal flags Standing Rock

Photo by Dave Stucke, Dakotas Conference

Social media enabled the Standing Rock Sioux to gain international support for their fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline, and social media will be a key instrument for future protests, writes communicator Ginny Underwood. more

Advocating Justice

Standing Rock

Photo courtesy of Dallas Parker, Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference.

United Methodists have joined with hundreds of Native American tribal people around the United States to oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline that threatens the local watershed. more

Global Health, Disasters & Climate Change

Tracy Fitzsimmons

Shenandoah University Photo

Shenandoah University President Tracy Fitzsimmons says the United Methodist-related college encourages its students to lead using social values espoused by Methodism's founder, John Wesley. more

In the Church