Get Angry, Make Change; James Croft, EdD, Outreach Director

Theme for the March: Anger

Often, anger is characterized as a “negative” emotion, something to be lessened or avoided. But anger is an appropriate response to injustice and is often necessary for social progress. If we don’t get angry about the problems of the world, we won’t be motivated to solve them. Anger is essential if we want to make change.

See the video the congregation supporting Jake from the end of this platform.