Preacher, radio host William C. McNeill opines on Mosaic Cultural Complex

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William C. McNeill has something to say.

As a radio show host, blogger and preacher, he ought to. As a member of the community grappling with the issue of fair play seen most often through the lens of racism as it relates to the Mosaic Cultural Complex controversy, he seems compelled.

William C. McNeill is a rare voice of reason on either side of the Mosaic controversy.

Courtesy William C. McNeill

William C. McNeill is a rare voice of reason on either side of the Mosaic controversy.

“What I’ve learned so far is I need to do some soul searching,” he wrote in a post dated Feb. 2 on his blog, The TruthIt Knews!. “And I also need to ALWAYS remind myself there’s 2 sides to every story. And while I certainly don’t think Mosaic is absolved of all wrong doing [sic], they certainly aren’t this group of ‘hustlers’.”

McNeill launched his blog in 2015 as an outlet for commentary on events happening in Worcester and around the country. He wrote his post last week in the wake of a Worcester Sun report on the city putting a halt to reimbursement payments to the grassroots organization while a new contract around the state-sponsored grant is hashed out and a state Attorney General review is pending.


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