How to break the cycle of structural and systemic racism in the suburbs, through a faith-based lens
Two leaders in Pittsford are sharing their ideas for how to break the cycle of structural and systemic racism in the suburbs.
Former Pittsford Town Council member Kevin Beckford, and the newly installed pastor of United Church of Pittsford, Rev. J.D. Jackson, Jr., say anti-racist efforts taken through a faith-based lens have largely been limited to prayer and internal dialogue. So what are tangible and action-oriented steps?
They discuss their recommendations. Our guests: