Church Leads 12 Step Program To ‘Deal With Racism’
A church in North Carolina is hosting weekly “Racists Anonymous” sessions to fight racism.
Trinity United Church of Christ has sessions every Wednesday, reports The Huffington Post. The Church minister, Rev. Nathan King, said that the group came about because of recent police shootings, as well as the shooting at the Charleston church, where nine black churchgoers were shot and killed.
“It’s to deal with the racism within ourselves and to eliminate the racism within ourselves,” King told WCNC.