At Nehemiah Action, pastors demand policy change with confrontational techniques 

Charleston-area religious leaders enter the bully pulpit calling for social justice

Charleston Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr. struggled to gain control of the microphone Tuesday night as a group of leaders from 24 local congregations repeatedly asked him to support changes in public policy that would favor the hiring of young adults

Jonathan Boncek

Charleston Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr. struggled to gain control of the microphone Tuesday night as a group of leaders from 24 local congregations repeatedly asked him to support changes in public policy that would favor the hiring of young adults


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