“Hankerson made sure to point out that there were white partners in the room, many of whom did not represent a church.<br><br>“I can’t swim, but if I’m drowning, I don’t care if you’re white, I don’t care if you’re black, I won’t even ask you, ‘Are you a member of the Church of God in Christ? Who’s your bishop?’” Hankerson said. “I’m like Peter: Save me.””<br><br>That’s the problem, out of touch negro leaders, not stepping up, not being men/women, not using the coffers of their churches to ‘save’ black people…. instead, more exploiting the condition of our communities to granthustle white folks.

“Hankerson made sure to point out that there were white partners in the room, many of whom did not represent a church.

“I can’t swim, but if I’m drowning, I don’t care if you’re white, I don’t care if you’re black, I won’t even ask you, ‘Are you a member of the Church of God in Christ? Who’s your bishop?’” Hankerson said. “I’m like Peter: Save me.””

That’s the problem, out of touch negro leaders, not stepping up, not being men/women, not using the coffers of their churches to ‘save’ black people…. instead, more exploiting the condition of our communities to granthustle white folks.

Bishop Hankerson rallies broad base of help for ‘drowning’ black community

The St. Louis Metropolitan Clergy Coalition gathered with past, present, and prospective members at the United Way building on Thursday, May 24 to go over its mission, vision, and goals

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