A vigil was held last Friday night at Charlotte’s New Outreach Christian Center of Charlotte in response to the shootings of the Dallas police officers and two African-American men in Baton Rouge and Minnesota. Pastor Brenda Stevenson, bottom center, led participants in prayer. “Hurt has no color, and there needs to be healing in this land,” she said. “All lives matter, and I'm ready for the killing to stop.”
A vigil was held last Friday night at Charlotte’s New Outreach Christian Center of Charlotte in response to the shootings of the Dallas police officers and two African-American men in Baton Rouge and Minnesota. Pastor Brenda Stevenson, bottom center, led participants in prayer. “Hurt has no color, and there needs to be healing in this land,” she said. “All lives matter, and I'm ready for the killing to stop.” Mark Hames mhames@charlotteobserver.com
A vigil was held last Friday night at Charlotte’s New Outreach Christian Center of Charlotte in response to the shootings of the Dallas police officers and two African-American men in Baton Rouge and Minnesota. Pastor Brenda Stevenson, bottom center, led participants in prayer. “Hurt has no color, and there needs to be healing in this land,” she said. “All lives matter, and I'm ready for the killing to stop.” Mark Hames mhames@charlotteobserver.com

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