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To My Black Brothers & Sisters in Christ…I’m Sorry.

To My Black Brothers & Sisters in Christ...I'm Sorry.

Last week, a false news release tricked thousands of Mormons and made them believe the Church had officially apologized for racism in its history. It hurt and angered many, especially among the black LDS community. Zandra Vranes even spoke for an hour and a half in a powerful Facebook live video about how the false story “retraumatized” many members who …

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First Presidency and NAACP Leaders Call for Greater Civility, Racial Harmony

First Presidency and NAACP Leaders Call for Greater Civility, Racial Harmony

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the national leadership of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) are calling for greater civility and racial harmony. Senior Church leaders and the NAACP released a joint statement Thursday morning following a meeting in the Administration Building on Temple Square in Salt Lake City. “Today, in unity …

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