In conversations mapping movement moments and how faith communities can be of use, organizer Elandria Williams used the language of political and spiritual ‘fortification’ as a key need of justice seekers, activists, and spiritually-rooted organizers.
Caitlin Breedlove, Auburn’s vice president of movement leadership, uses this frame as she interviews the leaders and activists who are propelling today’s justice movements forward. Guests range from faith leaders to activists, writers, and filmmakers. Hear perspectives and personal reflections from those on the front lines of movement-building and learn what drives their thinking and what role faith plays in their lives. Season two launches November 1, 2017.
The podcast is a joint project of Auburn Seminary and Standing on the Side of Love, a campaign of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
SEASON TWO EPISODES:
Episode 1: Rodney McKenzie is an experienced community organizer, movement leader, and person of faith who is currently the Director of Partnerships at Demos.
Episode 2: Brian McLaren is an author of more than a dozen books, a sought-after speaker, faithful activist, and public theologian.
Episode 3: Isa Noyola is a translatina activist, a national leader in the LGBTQ immigrant rights movement and currently the Deputy Director at Transgender Law Center (TLC).
Episode 4: Melvin Bray is a devoted husband, committed father, learner, teacher, writer, storyteller, lover of people, connoisseur of creativity, purveyor of sustainability and believer in possibilities.