Black Christians with White Pastors Seek a Reckoning on Race

WNYC’s Karen Rouse argues that the church’s white leadership often fails to respond to issues of race that affect black Christians. Rouse profiles Jurrita Williams, an African American Christian who attends a predominantly white church in Dallas. Rouse writes, “In the wake of Charlottesville, she and many other black Christians say it’s time for evangelical leaders to address racial discrimination, attacks on undocumented immigrants and police brutality.”

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