Congregants from 15 local churches pray for racial justice at a recent rally in Bellevue’s Downtown Park. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)
Congregants from 15 local churches pray for racial justice at a recent rally in Bellevue’s Downtown Park. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)
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Evangelicals wrestle with racism and their own silence: “We repent”

As the Black Lives Matter movement sweeps the country, some evangelicals are having an awakening. “There’s got to be something more you can do,” an African American pastor told a group of Seattle-area leaders. They agreed.  VIEW New

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