Where today's black church leaders stand on activism
from The New York Times
Our God!” the worshipers belted out, swaying inside a towering cathedral. “Our God!” Amid the rising voices, the Rev. Charles E. Blake gently swayed and clapped, head bowed and tortoiseshell glasses halfway down his nose. Bishop Blake, 78, the pastor of the West Angeles Church of God in Christ in Los Angeles, has developed a reputation as a calming force in raucous moments — whether in the church or the community.
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