“Black women have never fought for freedom for themselves that does not include everyone.”
– Lisa Anderson
Auburn Vice President, Embodied Justice Leadership
It is a TIME here right now. When it all feels like too damn much, I am so grateful for my friends. I cannot tell you how much I appreciate your support.
As we look toward the 2020 election and beyond, my beloved Macky Alston and I will continue to interview friends from the multifaith movement for justice. We ask them what’s getting them through and find new ways to show up and make a difference right now. This work, and your support, helps us to serve Black women leaders.
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Thank you for being in it with us,
Vice President for Embodied Justice Leadership, Auburn Seminary