Redefining the Separation of Church and State | God's Country

Louisville Kentucky has seen sustained and continued demonstrations in the wake of Breonna Taylor’s death and when the protests were at their most volatile one church in Louisville opened its doors as a sanctuary for protestors. The controversial Pastor, Timothy Findley Jr. of The Kingdom Fellowship Church has been the tip of the spear in these grassroots movements fighting for racial justice in Louisville, even being arrested himself while leading marches through the streets of the city. He has penned open letters criticizing evangelical leaders in Louisville for not joining him in his efforts and criticized Trump openly. Vice joins Pastor Tim before the election for a weekend of events designed to inspire and galvanize black voters to take their protest to the polls - but will it make a difference?

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