Ressurection and Revolution: Black Lives Matter Continued

Rev. Charles Williams II, Pastor of the Historic King Solomon Baptist Church, Chairman of National Action Network Michigan, and Joint Doctoral Studentin Social Work and Sociology, University of Michigan

Growing up in a traditional Black Christian household. Easter really only meant five things: we were going to wake up extra early for church, there would be candy and eggs in a basket waiting for us, new church clothes for my sister and me, a big dinner was to follow, and the preacher was sure to shout loudly “he died, but he got up on the third day with all power in his hands!”.

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Charles E Williams II

Charles E Williams II

Pastor, Historic King Solomon Church | Chair, National Action Network Michigan | Co-Host Keeping It Real w/ Rev Al | UMICH Doctoral Student/Dad/Hubs/Marathoner