By The Holy Post | Listen | YouTube | 49m
Published in August of 2017

SUMMARY: Skip the first 18 minutes to get to the informative part (press play below and it starts at the 18 min mark). Phil Vischer, Skye Jethani and Christian Taylor talk about a presentation Phil and his brother Rob Vischer put together that details the ways in which government policies from the past affect Black Americans today.

KEY QUOTE: “I have to face the reality that not only was my life favored in society, but it was favored at the expense of other lives. And it wasn’t just – it worked out that way – no, it was intentional.”

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