Genoa Barrow | The Sacramento Observer
SACRAMENTO – They’d say it was all orchestrated by a higher power, but Sacramento’s Genesis Church family clearly played a major role in organizing the recent memorial service in Minneapolis, Minnesota for George Floyd. Floyd died on May 25 yelling out “I can’t breathe” as a White police officer pressed down on his neck with his knee for nearly nine minutes.
Genesis’ Senior Pastor Dr. Tecoy Porter spearheaded the June 4 service as president of the Sacramento Chapter of Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network (NAN). Rev. Sharpton delivered eulogies at the memorial service and Floyd’s funeral in Houston the following week.
Read more: http://sacobserver.com/2020/06/local-pastor-grows-into-activist-role/