Rev. Talbot Davis, pastor of Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, left, and the Rev. Percival Reeves, pastor of Sanctuary Charlotte Church react at a forum held at Sanctuary on Thursday night designed to build an interfaith, interracial coalition to move "from words to action" on racial justice.
Rev. Talbot Davis, pastor of Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, left, and the Rev. Percival Reeves, pastor of Sanctuary Charlotte Church react at a forum held at Sanctuary on Thursday night designed to build an interfaith, interracial coalition to move "from words to action" on racial justice. MARK HAMES mhames@charlotteobserver.com
Rev. Talbot Davis, pastor of Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, left, and the Rev. Percival Reeves, pastor of Sanctuary Charlotte Church react at a forum held at Sanctuary on Thursday night designed to build an interfaith, interracial coalition to move "from words to action" on racial justice. MARK HAMES mhames@charlotteobserver.com

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