Our guest is the Reverend Traci Blackmon. She is the Executive Minister of Justice & Witness Ministries for The United Church of Christ and Senior Pastor of Christ The King United Church of Christ in Florissant, MO, which borders the city of Ferguson.¬ ‚Ä¶
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 ‚Ä¶
This episode is the second 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 ho ‚Ä¶
Content Warning: This episode contains mild adult language.
This episode, featuring Rev. Dr. Miguel De La Torre, is the first in a four-part series recorded in New York City in April 2019 during the Revolutionary Love Conference.
This annual justic ‚Ä¶
Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis is an activist, preacher, and fierce advocate for racial and economic justice, and LGBTQ equality.¬†She is the Senior Minister at Middle Collegiate Church, a 1000-member multiracial, welcoming, and inclusive congregation in New York City. ¬†Middl ‚Ä¶
This episode was recorded live in December 2018 in ¬†Los Angeles, California, at a Deeper Roots cohort gathering. ¬†Deeper Roots is a special project and cohort of clergy and faith leaders affiliated with LA Voice, a member of Faith in Action. Our guest and pr ‚Ä¶
Happy Valentine‚Äôs Day. Faithful listeners of the Prophetic Resistance podcast will recognize this episode‚Äôs guest – Valarie Kaur. We are re-releasing this episode this week in recognition of Valarie‚Äôs Revolutionary Love Project. A justice leader of the Sikh faith, ‚Ä¶
Faithful listeners of this podcast will recognize the voice of Rev. Jose Humphreys. He is a faith organizer, pastor of Metro Hope Covenant Church in East Harlem and an early contributor to and architect of the Prophetic Resistance Project. We talked with him about his n ‚Ä¶
Hajj Reza Nekumanesh is the Executive Director of the Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno and an active faith leader with Faith in Action. We sat down to talk about multifaith leadership and what it means when we say ‚Äúno one stands alone.‚ÄĚ ¬†We also talked about hi ‚Ä¶
Scott Reed is a master craftsman in the field of community organizing and the executive director of PICO National Network. ¬†At the time of this recording, he was preparing to retire from a career spanning more than 40 years. In April, the podcast traveled to San Diego, CA ‚Ä¶