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Christians More Likely to View Poverty as Result of Lack of Effort

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1. WashPost - Which is generally more often to blame if a person is poor: lack of effort on their own part, or difficult circumstances beyond their control?

2. Richmond Times Dispatch - Political activist Cornel West and faith leaders from around the country will join Charlottesville-area clergy members later this month to confront a gathering of white nationalists who will be protesting the planned removal of the city’s statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Emancipation Park.

3. BBC - The Israeli government has vowed to shut down Al Jazeera’s offices in the country, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accusing the network of “incitement.”

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