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Podcasts 2015


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August 5, 2015 A Candid Talk on Race and Activism — Debbie Almontaser, Anurag Gupta, and Michael-Ray Mathews http://www.middleproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/07-A-Candid-Talk-on-Race-and-Activism-Debbie-Almontaser-Anurag-Gupta-and-Michael-Ray-Mathews.mp3   Debbie Almontaser is the founding and former principal of the Khalil Gibran International Academy. As a 20-plus-year veteran of the NYC public school system, she taught special education, inclusion, trained teachers in literacy, and served as a multicultural specialist and diversity 0
August 5, 2015 Cross-Racial Partnerships That Heal the World — Panel Discussion http://www.middleproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/05-Cross-Racial-Partnerships-That-Heal-the-World-Panel.mp3   Rev. Peter Goodwin Heltzel, Ph.D., an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), is the Director of the Micah Institute and Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at New York Theological Seminary. He also serves as Assistant Pastor of Evangelism 0
August 5, 2015 Changing the World — Panel Discussion   Rev. Jennifer Bailey is a storyteller, community organizer, and emerging national leader in multifaith movement for justice. As Founder and Executive Director of the Faith Matters Network, Bailey believes that people of faith can be game changers in the fight to build 0
August 5, 2015 The Courageous Politics of the Christ — Obery Hendricks   Dr. Obery Hendricks is one of the nation’s most provocative and innovative commentators on the intersection of religion, politics and social policy in America. A widely sought lecturer and media spokesperson, Hendricks has been featured on C-SPAN, PBS, National Public Radio, al-Jazeera 0
August 5, 2015 Theology and Race — John Janka and Jacqui Lewis   Rev. John Janka is a consultant to congregations and non-profits, and is an experienced trainer and coach with a focus on systems intervention, educational design, training models, staff supervision, coaching, and evaluation. He has trained, coached, and led teams in diverse settings 0
August 5, 2015 Movement for the Movement — Adriene Thorne   Rev. Adriene Thorne is Executive Minister at Middle Collegiate Church where she has served for nearly seven years. She earned her M.Div., with an emphasis in art and psychology, at The Pacific School of Religion, and is ordained in the Reformed Church 0
August 4, 2015 Changing the Story on Race Through Worship and Activism — Marlin Lavanhar and Jacqui Lewis Rev. Marlin Lavanhar is the Senior Minister of All Souls Unitarian Church in Tulsa, OK. It is the largest Unitarian Universalist Church in America and one of the denominations most racially and culturally diverse congregations. In 2000, Lavanhar was called to All Souls. 0