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Equal Justice advocate: “Lord, plant my feet on higher ground”

Bryan Stevenson, NYU law professor, founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, spoke at Christ Church, Charlotte, NC, describing segregation as child abuse, and drawing comparisons to the Holocaust.

“You can’t go anywhere in Germany without seeing reminders of the people’s commitment not to repeat the Holocaust,” Stevenson told an audience Sunday morning at Christ Episcopal Church in Charlotte. “We don’t do that here. We do the opposite.”

But, reports the Charlotte Observer, he urged his audience to “find the […]

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