Black Pastors Gearing Up to Support Family of Ahmaud Arbery

Testimony is set to resume in the trial for the three white men accused of killing 25-year-old Black jogger Ahmaud Arbery.

Last week, defense attorney Kevin Gough made a comment requesting no more “Black pastors” come to sit in the courtroom with the Arbery family. Now, Black pastors across the nation are gearing up to support the grieving family. Dr. Freddy Haynes, head pastor of the Friendship West Baptist Church, is one of the faith leaders heading to Brunswick. He joins Mike Hill on “Start Your Day” to discuss the trial.

All this and more on “Start Your Day.”

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