Locking arms for racial harmony in America
What the NAACP and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are doing together
On the 42nd anniversary of the lifting of the ban on Blacks holding the priesthood, a joint op-ed column published on Medium by President Russell M. Nelson and senior leaders of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People asked “people everywhere to join us in a journey of understanding and overcoming.”
They continue . . .
Arm in arm and shoulder to shoulder, may we strive to lift our brothers and sisters everywhere, in every way we can.
We first linked arms as friends and have now locked arms in love and brotherhood. The people of America can do the same.