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Toward the end of the Rev. Shanea Leonard’s Gender & Inclusion presentation Tuesday, they presented a slide with puzzle pieces scattered apart on the left and fit together on the right.
Whether it’s reporting the news, anchoring a broadcast or providing expert input into the story itself, women are making “glacial” but generally steady progress in news markets across the nation and around the world.
The application period for the Katie Cannon Scholarship, sponsored by the Women’s Ministry Fund, remains open until June 1.
Victoria Alexander, 22, is passionate about working with and learning from women leaders, so she jumped at the chance to be part of a Presbyterian delegation to the 65th session of the Commission on the Status of Women.
Jyungin Lee, moderator of Presbyterian Women, was recently asked by a woman who is white if she still experienced racism in her work with the church.
The 21st century has seen tremendous shifts in how gender and sexuality are understood around the world and in the church. These changes are making the church more welcoming to all, but they also present challenges as people come to understand language and practices that are new to them and their communities.
“If you ain’t got no proposition, you ain’t got no sermon either.”
In the shadow of a mass shooting in the United States that targeted women of Asian descent and the reality of the violence that women around the world face every day, Ecumenical Women at the United Nations turned its attention to violence against women in a parallel event to the 65th Annual UN Commission on the Status of Women last Thursday.
“There is a gift,” the Rev. Phanta Lansden said during an online panel discussion held Tuesday, “in having womanist theology that centralizes the Black woman’s experience as it merges into the biblical story.”
A panel discussion on women’s leadership in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) will be held at 1 p.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday as a complement to the 65th annual session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW65).