Who is "We The People"?

In a recent editorial printed in the Rochester, New York Democrat and Chronicle, CRCDS President Dr. Marvin McMickle wrote: Two important events occurred in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1787. The framers of the United State Constitution waxed eloquent with the words “We the people of the United States.” They went on in that preamble to talk about our “common defense”, to “promote our general welfare”, and “to ensure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.” In that same year of 1787, a group of African Americans went to a Sunday morning worship service at St. George Methodist Episcopal Church. Upon entering they heard the worship leader say, “Let us pray.” In good Episcopal

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