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Real Hurt, Real Hope: Racial Tension and Perseverance

Beau York

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On this week’s episode of the Pass The Mic podcast, we take a moment to process our emotions after the weight of last week and the deaths of Philando Castile, Alton Sterling, and 5 police officers in the Dallas shooting.

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3 thoughts on “Real Hurt, Real Hope: Racial Tension and Perseverance

  1. Art Denney

    Catching up on back episodes of Pass The Mic. After listening to this podcast, I’m going to pick up my copy of “Divided By Faith,” and start reading it again.


  2. Renee

    Thank you so much for this episode. I appreciate the way y’all didn’t try to make it light. The heaviness and sadness of it reflects the way I think many of us are grieving. Particularly, Beau’s speaking to the grief he felt when he reflected on how it could have been one of his friends resonated with me. I too felt that weight knowing it could have been Brandon or Rob or Terrell and I wept on my closet floor overcome with grief. Saying that, I don’t think that’s a bad place to be – I don’t think it’s s good place to stay, but I think feeling this grief deeply is a profound necessity going forward.

    So thanks y’all. I muchly appreciate y’all, your ministry, your sacrifice and the God who enables you to do it.

  3. Jimmy B

    Thank you so much for this; i needed to hear this. This was really a highlight of my week hearing this podcast. Thanks Jemar,Tyler, and Beau for using your platforms to give voice to the ignored.

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