Sacramento pastor prays to root out ‘sin of racism’ after George Floyd’s death, protests

Darrell Smith | The Sacramento Bee

Sunday finally came.

A long week in America began with a black man slowly dying under the knee of a white officer on a Minneapolis street corner and exploded into angry, fiery protest in cities across the country and here in Sacramento. On Sunday, a son of that fractured Midwest city prayed in Sacramento to heal a nation in chaos, root out police brutality and confront “the sin of racism.”

Pastor Tecoy Porter of Sacramento’s Genesis Church turned to Ezekiel and the story of the Valley of Dry Bones.

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