Cleveland Clergy and Community Leaders Hold “Not in Our Town” Prayer Vigil in Response to Tragedy in Charlottesville
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August 14, 2017
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Clergy and Community Leaders Hold “Not in Our Town” Prayer Vigil in Response to Tragedy in Charlottesville
Cleveland, Ohio — On Monday, August 14th at 5:30 p.m., a prominent and diverse group of interfaith and community leaders will gather in prayer and song in response to the attack on anti-racist protesters at the white supremacist “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va.
“Faith leaders and people of good will must lift their voices against evil in all its forms and speak against hate, racism, and the white supremacy of the KKK, Alt Right, and the Nazi movement,” said Bishop Tony Minor of Community of Faith Assembly. “We stand united and declare NOT IN OUR TOWN!”
Monday, August 14th at 5:30 p.m.
Cleveland City Hall
601 Lakeside Ave. E
Cleveland, OH 44114
Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk, Fairmount Temple
Pastor Jimmy Gates, Zion Hill Baptist Church
Pastor Jerome Hurst, Southeast Seventh Day Adventist Church
Julia Shearson, CAIR
Dr. Ken Chalker, University United Methodist Church
Rev. Max Rodas, Neuvo Lux
Rev. Doug Horner, St. Paul Congregational Church
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