Dr. Lewis Brogdon, Research Professor of Preaching and Black Church Studies at BSK, had a piece published in “The East Hampton Star,” a paper in New York. His piece, entitled, “Righteous Anger,” says,
Passion is good, but it must be channeled. Righteous anger should lead to organizing, voting, writing new policies, educating our communities about our issues, leveraging financial resources, strengthening black institutions, such as historically black colleges and universities, building interracial coalitions, and holding black (and other) leaders accountable for representing our issues. We have to create and support mechanisms of change, and reaction will never make that happen but plans rooted in a deeper philosophy will.
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