In 2014, the country was upset over a young man who laid in the streets for hours like road-kill while many African Americans suffered in grief at another young man’s life disregarded and shamed as to have little value. The country re-lived this pain again and again with others like Alton Sterling and Philando Castile and many more.
Restless with yet hope in God, many went to their church houses looking to hear a word from the Lord and were shocked to find out that those who were once counted as brethren were suddenly divided. Many could not gain any support to walk through this grief from their church homes because the church homes were either in silence or agreement with the negative narratives that were being promoted on the news to devalue the lives of our Black men and women.
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