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Opposing “Christian” Racism & White Supremacists In Federal Court In 2019
February 27 from 3:00 pmFree
Racism and white supremacy are not only alive, well and deeply rooted in many White-run “christian” organizations, and racism and white supremacy are still fiercely protected and defended in 2019 and in the Court System of the United States. Additionally, a May 2018 Pew study among groupings of Americans found that White Evangelical Christians hate refugees the most, despite the fact that evangelicals send missionaries worldwide and spend hundreds of millions of dollars on charity and mission.
Take a journey back into the dark days of racism and slavery in America by joining Pastor Torli Krua & Rev. Mahn C. Krua. Two Liberian pastors from a remote village – without lawyers – will be facing off with a law firm hired by an American Evangelical White Supremacy missionary agency that has operated for nearly a century in their remote villages in Liberia, Africa.
Please join them in prayer or show up to support him in federal court on Wednesday February 27, 2019 at 3:00 PM in the Federal Courthouse, 1 Courthouse Way, Boston, MA 02210
If you are interested in praying for the Kruas or attending the hearing, please contact Pastor Torli Krua (email@example.com).
Background: Defendant Baptist Mid Missions (BMM) went to “save the souls” of Africans in 1931. Since 1931, an white males have dominated their board of directors, missionary staff and management without a single African. They prohibited education beyond 6th grade for Africans but not for their children. They built racially segregated schools residences & operated racially segregated church conferences in Africa. They kissed their dogs but refused to allow African children in their homes or to drink from their cups in Africa. They tortured people into confessions. They enslaved domestic servants and exploited people who offered services to them. After racial discrimination was prohibited by Brown v. Board of Education and the 1964 Civil Rights legislation, BMM still continues discrimination in employment, racial segregation at church conferences. The case is about BMM’s attempt to do in the USA what they have practiced in Liberia for decades: Denied Krua employment in Massachusetts, USA because of his race and national origin, among other actions.