It was standard practice a century ago in Minneapolis to forbid people of color from living in desirable neighborhoods. Racially exclusive covenants still exist, buried in legalese and decades of history. In recent months, property owners have teamed up with city officials to eliminate the problematic wording.
Western Christian denominations, she said, have been largely silent beyond calls for both sides to be peaceful.
Mennonites in Colombia asked international siblings in faith for prayers in early May after a wave of protests and violence broke out across the country.