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As we recover from the dueling crisis of 2020, we invite churches and faith organizations to dedicate one of four Sundays in July to celebrate Silence the Shame Sunday. This year, we are proud to host events to recognize Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC). Previously coined, National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, STS has adopted the term BIPOC to eliminate the continued use of “minority or marginalized” language to promote personhood and recognize quality rather than quantity.

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