Homes and offices are being decorated. Parties are being planned.
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DILLON BURROUGHS is an author, activist, and co-founder of Activist Faith.
Dillon served in Haiti following the epic 2010 earthquake and has
investigated modern slavery in the US and internationally. His books
include Undefending Christianity, Not in My Town (with Charles J.
Powell), and Thirst No More. Discover more at DillonBurroughs.org.

 

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