We share a bold insight hidden in today's sermon from this town's most prolific writer on faith & morals . . .
"What I noticed about many of the protesting crowds is that they were made up not only of Black people, but of people of all colors. It gave me some hope that at least some part of the white population in the U.S. finally was starting to take seriously the need to reject the destructive attitude of white supremacy on which our country was built."
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In a few weeks we will mark the one-year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. It was the event that kicked off a long series of protests around the country by people...