Faith community discusses racism, Black Lives Matter
“Hi, my name is Rusty Vaughn, and I’m a racist.”
The Odenton resident, who is in his 70s and lived through segregation, stood in front of a group of more than 100 faith leaders and congregants on Saturday and spoke frankly about his “white privilege” and the biases he works to overcome.
To read the rest of this article, go to: Faith community discusses racism, Black Lives Matter, by Christina Jedra for Capitol Gazette
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