John Wood, Jr. Speaks at Heal Dallas

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On December 8th, 2019 Bishop Omar Jawar and Urban Specialists held a gathering rallying the African-American community, the faith based community, and others to bring social and racial healing to the city of Dallas and to push forward the conversation over love and justice in America.

Braver Angels (then Better Angels) national ambassador John Wood, Jr. shares the power of non-violence in the pursuit of truth, justice and reconciliation in these powerful highlights.

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