Dozens of Evansville area religious leaders have responded to the recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Reverends Joseph Easley and Gerald Arnold, Chaplain Tamara Gieselman, and Rabbi Gary Mazo issued a statement on behalf of the leaders recognizing the “sacred worth of all people. “
The leaders say we should reject racism, bigotry, and hatred.
They say the recent events in Charlottesville and elsewhere remind us that racism is part of the dark underside of our national history and still impacts the fabric of our society.