Moving Beyond Confederate Flag; Changing Harlem Congregation
07/10/2015 | 25m 48s Video has closed captioning.
In South Carolina, a symbol of racial hatred has been removed, but deep divisions remain, says Howard School of Divinity theology professor Harold Dean Trulear; First Corinthian Baptist Church, a historic African-American congregation in Harlem, is becoming more racially diverse; and volunteer doctors travel to developing nations to perform low-cost eye surgeries.
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