When the “Black Lives Matter” sign that had hung in front of the Church of Our Saviour since November was found defaced three weeks ago, clergy and members of the congregation didn’t simply take it down and erase the incident from their collective memory. They used it to send a powerful message. “‘We won’t let evil have the final word’ is more important than saying ‘evil never happened,’” the Rev. Malia Crawford explained. So members of the Episcopal congregation added artwork to the defaced sign as a way to practice healing, love and solidarity with those in society who suffer injustice.
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