Fostering healing across racial, religious and political barriers
Justice at the Gate is a ministry of education and reconciliation with a heart for racial healing – for healing America’s wounds. Author Taylor Branch wrote in Parting the Waters, “Almost as color defines vision itself, race shapes the cultural eye – what we do and do not notice, the reach of empathy and the alignment of response.”
How people explain racial inequality shapes how they vote, what policies they support, and the solutions they advocate. In the Black community collective wounds of race run deep. The greatest felt need in the Black community is racism.
Empowering believers in God’s presence through repentance, reconciliation and engagement in the governmental process to impact the US and Israel through
Alice Patterson, founder of Justice at the Gate, has been engaged in government via grassroots mobilization since 1984 when she saw government transformation on the local level in Odessa, Texas (Ector County), the State of Texas (which was totally liberal on the statewide level and in most of the 254 counties) and the federal level beginning through various campaigns and through the National Black Robe Regiment 2014-2016. She became engaged in racial healing in 1994 while strategizing about how to mobilize Hispanics on …
Building strategic partnerships to mobilize people of faith to stand with Israel, engage in racial reconciliation and participate in the governmental process.