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I'm Going to Selma

In the tragedy of the shooting of nine worshipers in a black church in Charleston, we must beware.

I fully expect politicians to take advantage of this tragedy in the worst way possible — fear, anger and emotion.

In the light of these horrific killings and the upcoming Supreme Court rulings on Obamacare and homosexual marriage, my team and I are heading to Selma where Martin Luther King Jr. marched for freedom!

We’re joining with black pastors who share our beliefs and we will begin a new march for freedom! The nation needs to hear a new voice for change, not the same voices that spread fear and despair. You know who I’m talking about.

After Selma, my team will then head to Baltimore, to the heart of the destruction from the riots, where we will join with more black pastors and make our faces known to the community. And on June 25th, pastors will unite in Washington, DC and make their faces visible to the nations’ policy makers. They will hear our voices!

This is a march that heals, brings new ideas to lost communities, and is the CURE for America!

CURE attends a prayer vigil at the US Capitol for the victims of the mass shooting in Charleston.
CURE attends a prayer vigil at the US Capitol for the victims of the mass shooting in Charleston.

Selma, Baltimore, Washington, DC, June 19 through 25!

Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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