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- The name came from a Soulforce direct action that took place in Kansas City, Missouri inJune 2002.
- In 2000, 229 members of the Reconciling Ministries and Soulforce were arrested at the United Methodist Church's General Conference.
- Allison is also active in Soulforce and organized the Phoenix Transgender Day of Remembrance annually with her partner Margaux Schaffer.
- He was soon introduced to Soulforce, an LGBTQ organization inspired by King's teachings.
- In October 1999, at the invitation of his longstanding friend, Soulforce founder Mel White, he hosted a meeting of 200 gays and lesbians and 200 members of his own congregation in Lynchburg, in a debate over gay rights.
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