Pursuing peace is a pursuit — active in intent, often turbulent. It is not ignoring violence, or burying your head in the sand when anger erupts into violence. In Baltimore there is a lot of anger, and it’s erupted into violence. So let’s ask, what causes that anger and how do we address the inequality that’s at the root of it? Here is an article, written by a local Pastor, that speaks to the anger that racism incites:
Rev. Edward Bailey on Ferguson: Why I am so angry and have the right to be so, 14 December 2014, LancasterOnline.