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We need the black church to step up!

The black church was, particularly during slavery, the cornerstone of the black community.


Now, with over 73% of black children being born out of wedlock, my prayer is that the black church will step up and once again be the bedrock of our community.

The combination of fatherless homes and the lack of God in our children's lives has led to many of them being rebellious, angry, and acting like sociopaths, who don't care about anyone's life.

They don't care about hurting or killing innocent citizens, because they were not nurtured or cared for by the very people who brought them into the world.

Please pray that the "elephant" in the room - the broken and dysfunctional black family - will be discussed openly and honestly by black pastors, leaders, celebrities, etc., because we must realize that the root of the problems in the black community is the broken and dysfunctional home, not white people, the police, etc.

Critical Race Theory, borne out of black supremacy and Marxism/Communism, is not the answer to solve our problems. We won't heal our community by demonizing white people or other communities.

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