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Video: Why I got arrested on Moral Monday

Video: Why I got arrested on Moral Monday

Bishop Michael Curry shares a video of four members of the Diocese of North Carolina who were arrested in the most recent Moral Monday protest in that state. The four are Amanda Smith, a lay person; Jane Holmes and Deb Blackwood, deacons; and Lawrence Womack, a priest.

Learn more about the Moral Monday protests.

Why I Volunteered for Arrest During Moral Monday from Episdionc Comm on Vimeo.

Womack is identified in the video as the rector of St. Anne’s in Greensboro, his church is actually located in Winston-Salem.


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