50 years after decrying ‘racial strife,’ Leighton Ford says ‘we didn’t follow through’

A story from The Charlotte Observer:

 

When a group of clergy approached evangelist Leighton Ford asking him to sign a letter to Charlotte’s black community after the death of George Floyd, he didn’t hesitate. Ford, a white man and brother-in-law of the late evangelist Billy Graham, has been urging Christians to meet the “demands of the Gospel” in the racial revolution for more than half a century.

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