"I don't consider it to be accidental. It was providential that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the NAACP would come together on common ground," pastor of San Fransisco's Third Baptist Church Reverend Amos Brown said in a Church video. "We need each other. We should not turn on each other during these difficult times."
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The Church video "Linking Arms" shows the impact of the Church's partnership with NAACP in the wake of the organization's 110th national convention. A partnership that was often seen when President Nelson linked arms with those at the convention.
"As I lock arms with President Nelson—not as black or white, not as The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or Baptist—but as children of God who are about loving everybody and bringing hope, happiness, and good health to all of God's children," Reverend Brown says.