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Justice Clarence Thomas on Black Communities

IFA / Excerpt by: Michael Pack, Mark Paoletta-New York Post : Jun 27, 2022
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"There was a change in our society. I think that these programs certainly had an impact. Just go back to Savannah and take a look around you. ... The policies destroy people, and, ultimately, I think, we're going to destroy the very thing that allows us to have liberty and to have a free society..." -Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas

[] Father, we pray that You would raise up leaders who can truly help these communities, not hurt them. Raise up leaders from inside these communities, Lord, who know what people need better than the experts. (Screengrab image)

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas spoke in an interview about liberal policies affecting black communities and how his home has changed.

From New York Post: In this excerpt from the just-published "Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words" by Michael Pack and Mark Paoletta, the Supreme Court justice reflects on changes in his hometown, Savannah, GA...

Michael Pack: You have talked a little today about how life in the black community has not been improved by many well-intentioned social programs. Do you think, in some sense, it is worse than when you grew up?

Clarence Thomas: It's a disaster. When I grew up, you had family, you didn't have drugs, you didn't have gang-banging. You could walk down the street... Subscribe for free to Breaking Christian News here

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