Jun 21, 2019
This episode is the third in a four-part series recorded in New York City in April 2019 during the Revolutionary Love Conference. This annual justice conference draws faith leaders and activists across various movements for justice and healing. The conference is hosted by Middle Collegiate Church and The Middle Project. A special thank you to Dr. Jacqui Lewis and Middle Church for providing time and space to produce this four-part series.
In this episode, before a live audience, Kaitlin Curtice, Rob Stephens, Lisa Sharon Harper, and Michael-Ray Mathews have a faith-rooted conversation about Disrupting White Supremacy. Kaitlin Curtice is a Native American Christian mystic who portrays the sacredness of the human condition in everyday language. She is a storyteller, a poet and the author of Glory Happening. Rev. Rob Stephens is the minister for organizing at Middle Collegiate Church and a trainer with the Racial Equity Institute. Lisa Sharon Harper is the author of The Very Good Gospel as well as founder and president of Freedom Road.
Show Notes: Watch the Disrupting White Supremacy Panel Discussion