(RNS) — The African Methodist Episcopal Church and other historically Black faith groups in Georgia have delayed a boycott of major companies, planning instead to protest the Masters golf tournament while giving company executives additional time to combat controversial elections law in the state.

According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, AME Bishop Reginald Jackson, who oversees the church’s 6th District in the state, is pressing pause on plans for a boycott of Coca-Cola, Delta, Home Depot and other companies previously slated to begin Wednesday (April 7).

Instead, Jackson reportedly intends to wait until after he is able to convene with executives from several companies — a meeting he told Religion News Service was initially scheduled for Monday or Tuesday of this week.

“Hopefully, we won’t have

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