If I should die before I’m woke,
Cringe at my missteps
for it’s in holding me accountable that you can see what work is left to do Continue reading
While 2016 has been hard, it has been a year I am grateful for because it stretched and pushed me. It’s reminded me that the disquiet I feel in my spirit can be harnessed to do good work that is responsive to the need I see in the world.
So thank you to the year that has encouraged me to unapologetically be myself and walk, speak, and act boldly in the places that I find myself rooted in. Continue reading
Yesterday, I led a conversation on white supremacy in Indiana. Well not on white supremacy IN Indiana but at a conference for progressive Christians held in the state. Did you know that Indiana’s population is nearly 86% White? What’s interesting is that for the second weekend in a row I somehow ended up in conference space that managed to be even … Continue reading
This piece was originally shared on the We Stand With Love website and serves as the project’s Love Listens week introduction. To read the rest of the offerings from this week or to find out more about this effort to amplify voices crying out for love and peace, visit the site here. Contrary to images projected … Continue reading
To stand for justice one must pay attention to the world around them and identify injustices they encounter. Continue reading