National Cathedral unveils racial justice-themed windows, replacing Confederate ones


Light shines through new stained-glass windows with a theme of racial justice during an unveiling and dedication ceremony at the Washington National Cathedral for the windows on Saturday, Sept. 23 in Washington.

The windows, titled “Now and Forever,” were created by artist Kerry James Marshall. It showcases a group of protesters holding up large signs that read “Fairness” and “No Foul Play.”

(Image credit: Nick Wass/AP)

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