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Clergy march for racial justice on anniversary of Martin Luther King's 'I Have a Dream' speech

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(Worthy News) - LaAnthia Washington lost a tooth weeks ago and had a dental appointment Monday. But the Forestville, Md., sought healing instead at the Ministers March for Justice.

She was troubled by terrorist acts, mass killings and abuse of children. So she wrote out a sign quoting the Bible verse from 2 Chronicles 7:14.

“I believe our land is hurting right now,” said Washington, a deacon at her Baptist church. “We’re the people coming together in His name.” [ Source (Read More...) ]

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Worthy Christian News » Christian Headlines » Clergy march for racial justice on anniversary of Martin Luther King's 'I Have a Dream' speech

1 thought on “Clergy march for racial justice on anniversary of Martin Luther King's 'I Have a Dream' speech

  1. They sing His praises,

    midst loss and suffering,

    In their grief and Salvation,

    in shelters, homes, and caves,

    in Texas and monsoons of Asia.

    "Let the Revival begin."

    That means, let it.

    Allow it,

    to take hold,

    it is beginning,

    finally.

    Look up!

    Hallelujah,

    Amen.

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