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In 1969, the University of Wyoming football program kicked 14 Black players off the team for wanting to protest The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ policy at the time excluding Black men from the priesthood. Now, the Church has announced a partnership with the Black 14 Philanthropy to distribute food to various communities. KUER’s Caroline Ballard spoke with Dr. LaShawn Williams, a social worker, a church member and co-founder of the group Black LDS Legacy, about the move and what it means for racial justice in the Church.
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