A Conversation on Non-Violence and Working for Justice

Earlier this week, Mayor Steinberg's home was vandalized and threats against his family were made. This was in protest to the City neglecting to open a warming center on what one Sacramento Bee reporter called "the Night of Terror" on January 26 during a storm in which at least six unhoused people died.

Watch this conversation between the pastors and Rebekah Turnbaugh as they wrestle with the issue of violence, and affirm our Christian call to non-violence and working for justice.

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