Kenosha, Wisc. (CNN) — The day after a mostly peaceful Black Lives Matter protest in Wisconsin, Unitarian church members who couldn’t be there were treated to a slideshow of the event. Two big-screen TV’s in the church sanctuary showed the arson of a local car dealership as the pastor provided the play-by-play for the brave, curious, and compassionate congregation.
Kenosha County officials announced Monday morning that the courthouse, administration building, public library, Dinosaur Discovery Museum, Harborside Academy charter school, a law firm, the car dealership, the U.S. Postal Service building, and the county register of deeds were damaged.
“We’re usually a church of thinkers and doers who create spirituality and community beyond boundaries,” the pastor gently reprimanded his flock. “Hopefully, more of you will be able to work for more justice, and more love, at the next protest.”