Paganism

Pagans Establish Fund to Assist African-American Congregations

August 17, 1997

Source: Pagan Educational Network

On August 17, 1996 the Pagan Educational Network released a press release stating that "In response to the burning of African-American churches across the South, the Pagan Community Fund (PCF) and the Pagan Educational Network (PEN) announce the birth of the Yemaya Fund... The birth of this fund springs from PCF's mission to assist those in need regardless of their faith and PEN's commitment to build community and religious freedom for all."

Pagan Education Network Announces E-mail List for Alternative Community

July 31, 1997

Source: Pagan Education Network

On July 31, 1997 Pagan Education Network released a press release stating "The Pagan Educational Network is proud to announce the launch of the Sacred Action e-mail list. The list grew out of PEN's April 1997 conference of the same name. It is dedicated to furthering Pagan networking, facilitating joint action on issues of importance to the Pagan community, and building an alternative community. Topics include spirituality, human rights, the environment, sexuality,...

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Pagan Yemaya Fund Makes First Disbursement

June 22, 1997

Source: Pagan Educational Network

On June 22, 1997 Pagan Educational Network published a press release stating that "On June 22, 1997 the Yemaya Fund made its first disbursement to the Inner City Community Church in Knoxville, TN. The gift of one hundred dollars was accompanied by a letter from the fund's sponsors, the Pagan Educational Network and the Wiccan Community Fund, and materials about Paganism. The Yemaya Fund was established in August 1996 to provide Pagans with a way of...

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