FAITH-ROOTED STORYTELLING AND PUBLIC NARRATIVE

Join us for a faith-rooted storytelling and public narrative workshop. Learn how “story” has served the great religious and social change movements throughout history. And discuss how telling your story can impact social change. This webinar is led by two gifted organizers from different faith traditions:

Jennifer Bailey, an ordained minister, public theologian, and emerging national leader in the multifaith movement for justice, who was named one of 15 Faith Leaders to Watch by the Center for American Progress. She is the Founding Executive Director of the Faith Matters Network, an interfaith community equipping faith leaders to challenge structural inequality in their communities.

Daniel May began his organizing career building tenant unions in the South Bronx before moving to Los Angeles to found, with other organizers, One LA-IAF, the Los Angeles affiliate of the Industrial Areas Foundation. While in Los Angeles, Daniel led a campaign to uncover and end police profiling and abuse of undocumented immigrants in Maywood, CA and spearheaded the IAF’s outreach to the LA Jewish community. He then served as Political Director for the Service Employee International Union’s Campaign to Improve Assisted Living. Daniel has a Masters in Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School and is currently a PhD candidate in Religion, Ethics and Politics at Princeton University.

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