Black Pastors, Are Questioning The Intent Of A Close Door Forum That Included Bishop Harry Jackson???

Rev. Delman Coats, Rev. Al Sharpton, Rev Amos Brown.

The Rev. Amos Brown, pastor of the Third Street Baptist Church in San Francisco and The Rev. Delman Coates, pastor of Mount Ennon Baptist Church in Clinton, Md. Are two of the many traditional civil rights leaders who were not invited to take part in "Healing The Racial Divide" forum. The two mention pastors are questioning Bishop Harry Jackson’s sincerity in now sudden wanting to bring people together.

The forum, “Healing the Racial Divide,” brought together a racially and theologically diverse group of more than 80 religious leaders. The forum was the vision of Jackson, pastor of Hope Christian Church in Beltsville, Md. Jackson, who after years of preaching against same-sex marriage ballot initiatives, has made a “paradigm shift” to push for racial reconciliation between black and white pastors. He said he had a change of heart after the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.

Hamil Harris is currently a multi-platform reporter on the Local Desk of The Washington Post.


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