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Bill McCormick, S.J. spoke with Fr. Bryan Massingale about his work for racial justice at the 2017 Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice. This is part two of their conversation.
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If we let the flag or anthem become greater than our ability to relate to one another’s humanity, pain, and suffering, are they worth anything anymore?
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Jesus was not afraid to confront injustice. Racial justice will come when we raise our children to understand that they should not accept injustice, either.