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Archdiocese of St. Louis names director of reestablished Peace and Justice Commission

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(KTVI)-The Archdiocese of St. Louis has reestablished a human rights commission with the goal of addressing social issues. St. Louis attorney Marie Kenyon has been named director of the Peace and Justice Commission, which will address issues such as poverty, racial tension, and lack of education.

Kenyon previously served as managing attorney of Catholic Legal Assistance Ministry that serves the legal needs of low-income clients.