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Conservative Clergy of Color

Uncover the racism where it truly lies

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Our Mission Statement

We deliver truthful narratives on the issues of racism throughout our influential network of pastors and across multiple media channels to prevent the destruction of our country driven by increasingly divisive forces.

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Bible Verse of The Week – Romans 8:21

That the creation itself will be set free from its bondage to corruption and obtain the freedom of the glory of the children of God.

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Bishop Shines in Townhall.com: Nike and Other Companies Profit From Slave Labor. As Pastors, We Say ‘Enough!’

Bishop Shines in Townhall.com: Nike and Other Companies Profit From Slave Labor. As Pastors, We Say ‘Enough!’

It feels like a lifetime since we lived in a world without constant, violent mobs running through the streets.

Four months ago, George Floyd tragically died in police custody. Since then, protests that began as calls for legitimate police reform were hijacked by Black Lives Matter, a movement whose own founders identify as Marxists and whose platform includes, among other things, the destruction of the nuclear family. As you might expect, with such a group at the helm the protests quickly spiraled out of control.

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Bishop Aubrey Shines Condemns Rev Al Sharpton, ‘Get Your Knee Off Our Necks March’

Bishop Aubrey Shines Condemns Rev Al Sharpton, ‘Get Your Knee Off Our Necks March’

While thousands gathered for the protest, Bishop Aubrey Shines, chair of Conservative Clergy of Color, condemned it and Sharpton.

“Men like him don’t desire any cure because it keeps them prominent and it keeps them with a job,” Shines said. “He doesn’t represent Judeo-Christian ethos. If he did you would think he’d be marching in the name of not just George Floyd, but 20 million people who are black who’ve been murdered in the womb.”

“I challenge every single one of your viewers to name one single law that Al Sharpton and his ilk are trying to change,” Shines said. “There are none.”

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BLM brings economic stress to communities it claims to represent: pastor

Early in August a news story jumped out to me and not in a good way my friends. I am still thinking about it.

As Fox Business reported on August 5, a trucking company will no longer deliver to cities that are defunding police. The co-owner of JKC Trucking, Mike Kucharski, told Fox he was concerned for the safety of his drivers and their cargo going to cities where police have had their budgets slashed.

As an African American and a minister, I knew something like this would happen sooner or later.

Washington Examiner Op-Ed: Nike anti-racism crusade turns a blind eye to slave labor in China

Nike is one of many large companies lately to rush to the altar of Black Lives Matter and bend the knee in supplication to the new religion of wokeness. Forgive my church metaphors (I am a clergyman after all), but Nike has gone out of its way to show devotion, including donating $40 million to “social justice organizations” and posting a video on social media dramatically altering its famous “Just Do It” slogan to “Don’t Do It” — as in don’t ignore racism.