Jericho to Selma to Ferguson: 7 Reasons Not to Abandon the March

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“By faith the walls of Jericho fell, after the army had marched around them for seven days.“- Hebrews 11:30

This passage in Hebrews is a short summary of Joshua 6:1-27: the story of Joshua leading an army after God gave him the military strategy of marching around the city of Jericho once a day for seven days, and then yelling as loud as they can.  The end result: the walls of Jericho fell down.  The symbol of imprisonment, dictatorship, and claustrophobic fear crumbled.

We await the civil rights movie “Selma,” and have heard much of the March on Washington, but few know the name of James Meredith, who in 1966 planned a 220-mile solo march called the “March Against Fear” to address racism and register black voters.  The second day of his march, he was shot in the leg and the back.  The result: others stepped to complete what…

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2 thoughts on “Jericho to Selma to Ferguson: 7 Reasons Not to Abandon the March

    • Hi Samantha,

      Unfortunately no and I’ve been very vocal about my feelings towards that. Churches in Chicago have been posting about a united protest this Sunday which I shared on Instagram… but nothing so far in the DMV area. I will post to Twitter and Instagram if I do hear of anything else regardless of the location. Thanks for reading!

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