CNN) The Church of England has decided to apologize for racism experienced by “countless black, Asian and minority ethnic people” over the past 70 years . “We did not do justice in the past, we do not do justice now, and unless we are radical and decisive in this area in the future, we will still be having this conversation in 20 years time and still doing injustice,” he added. […] Read More He said that in 1961, the family was barred from entering St Peter’s Church in Walworth, south London, because of the color of their skin. […] As a consequence, some lost their jobs, others were evicted from their homes, and a few were reported to have been threatened with deportation. […] “We have damaged the Church, we have damaged the image of God and most of all, we have damaged those we victimized, unconsciously very often,” Welby said.
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