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PB Curry on #BlackLivesMatter

PB Curry on #BlackLivesMatter

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry describes what #BlackLivesMatter means to him, as part of the lead-up to the Trinity Institute’s Listen for a Change event in January 2016.

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Jerald Liko

Thank God for the PB. That “house on fire” illustration changed my heart and my perspective on this.

Rob Martin

I wish the original tweet that used #BlackLivesMatter had used #BlackLivesMatterToo. Our society teaches white lives matter and police lives matter. We all kinda know that. That black lives matter also is the main point for me.

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