Alveda King, RNC Committeewoman Ginger Howard Release Racial Reconciliation Book
Dr. Alveda King, niece of civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and director of Civil Rights for the Unborn, and Ginger Howard, Republican national committeewoman for Georgia, come from different backgrounds and cultures. Yet the two share a passion for moral and social justice.
The women met a few years ago and quickly formed a bond of sisterhood; often spending time at each other's homes and shopping together.
They never thought about writing a book about racial reconciliation in America. That is until two years ago.
"I had a dream one night that she and I wrote a book on racial reconciliation," Howard said during a CBN News interview with the two women. "I told her about my dream. She said, 'Let's do it.'"
In their new book, We're Not Colorblind: Healing the Racial Divide, King and Howard highlight the importance of seeing people, no matter their race, in the image of God.
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