White heathens who’ve set upon America like locusts can breathe a little easier today after a white Chicago pastor repented on their behalf.
River City Community Church pastor Daniel Hill joined Black Lives Matter protesters on Monday in the Windy City to denounce the white race for “devaluing so many black lives.”
“God, if may I be so bold as a white male to confess on behalf of my white brethren and sisters,” Hill told those gathered.
“We repent of the violent acts done in the name of racism,” Hill added. “We repent of the apathy that has caused so many of us to sit on the sidelines.”
Hill also confessed for the way “white supremacy… has minimized the lives of other people.”
The Black Lives Matter activists were protesting outside the jail where Officer Jason Van Dyke had just posted a $1.5 million bail after being charged with first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, CNN reported.
Pastor Hill appeared Tuesday on CNN and pointed to the institution of slavery to say white folk created a narrative that “black people could be dehumanized,” a narrative he claims “is alive and well in today’s age.”
After telling Hill she “appreciated” his effort, host Brooke Baldwin asked if he risked “painting an entire race of people as racist?”
The pastor responded by saying he was “much more concerned with systems and structures than individuals’ behaviors.”
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