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Rev. Rhina Ramos will discuss Oscar Romero's legacy as a fountain of hope and inspiration for the people of El Salvador and beyond. Come join us as we explore what can happen when faith meets resistance – and deep and genuine transformation take place! Lunch is provided.
Rev. Ramos is an activist, former labor attorney, and founder of Ministerio Latino, an open and affirming UCC congregation that serves LGBTQ Latinx immigrants and their allies in Oakland, California.