Racism has caught the world’s attention

Dr. Grant Mullen Churches and Leadership 6 Comments

It has even pushed the pandemic out of the headlines

We cannot remain silent about this pervasive injustice.

We can’t claim to understand the suffering of racial discrimination unless we’ve heard their voices.

In this week’s video you will hear the voice of a good friend of mine, a great man of God and a leader in my church, Craig Forbes.

Watch the video and let God speak to you about your prejudices and ask him how you can be part of the solution.

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  1. Oh my goodness this was amazing! I am desperately seeking TRUTH of the situation via the trusted voices of my brothers and sisters in the Lord! AND the solutions to best walk forward as an Ambassador of God. I do not wish to heed the screaming voices of the “world” in this season that God is using to slay racism! Thank you, Thank you.
    See something/ Say Something: my new mantra:)

  2. Thanks for asking your friend to share his experiences of racial profiling. It can be so subtle at times and extreme like George Floyd’s death, and sad. I remember many black deaths in the US over the decades. It’s less reported in Canada. The same happens with aboriginal peoples everywhere. Look at our own history of First Nations. Would be nice to hear from another culture like that as well. Perhaps continue with more interviews or stories of what racial profiling looks like, different facets, although your friend covered a few. Police training is sadly lacking or maybe their actions are based on personal prejudices.
    I believe in that motto: See something, say something. Often when you do, such as with whistleblowers, it can be devastating to the whistleblower.

  3. Maybe because of my upbringing in the 60’s and 70’s, and being surrounded by hippies, but I did not think that racism happened in my country. I thought this was a U.S. problem, not a Canadian problem. I am shocked. I am horrified. And I am ashamed. All at the same time. How did I not see this? Thank you for bringing this to light here in Canada. Evil can only grow when good people say nothing. My new mantra is see something-say something. May I forward this to some of my friends, please?

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    Dana, yes, absolutely you can share this. Please send it to everyone you can. We need to get this message out there!

  5. Thank you so much Craig. I knew that there is racism in Canada but you have really opened my eyes to its extent. I will say something if I see something. May God richly bless you and your family.

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