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Tuesday’s episode of “Just Talk Live” delivered lessons on how to dismantle antisemitism and Islamophobia. Chief among them: Building relationships.
In the Communicators Network PC(USA)’s first-ever episode of Community Conversations broadcast via Facebook Live on Tuesday, the Rev. Lee Catoe and the Rev. DeEtte Decker didn’t hesitate to share their thoughts on how churches and the denomination can use social media more effectively to help amplify the voices of people who aren’t regularly heard from. Hear the conversation by joining Communicators Network by clicking here.
On Saturday, Aug. 28, the Presbyterian Week of Action will celebrate the liberation, resilience and vibrancy of Black people through two main events: a panel discussion and an evening concert.
Do people in the LGBTQIA+ community need the church? Does the church need people who are LGBTQIA+?
The first time the Rev. Lee Catoe heard the term “queer,” it was in the saying “queer as a $2 bill.”
Sometimes it simply referred to something that was just odd, but other times it was referring to someone in the LGBTQIA+ community.
The past few years, Unbound: An Interactive Journal of Christian Social Justice has launched Advent and Lenten devotional series focusing on groups such as Black Women and people with disabilities.
The second Linda Kay Klein heard that the gunman in the March 16 shootings at three Atlanta spas considered his victims “stumbling blocks,” she knew he had been raised in purity culture.
Near the end of Tuesday’s episode of “Just Talk Live,” peace activist Kathryn Fleisher reflected on how community members united after a mass shooting at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue in 2018.
Immigration attorney Linda Y. Rivas was accompanying a mother and her two children Tuesday who had finally secured entry into the United States under humanitarian parole.
On the eve of its one-year anniversary, “Just Talk Live” took on the topic of AAPI hate, with a trio of guests who affirmed that racism against Asians, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders is nothing new and that the church has a role to play in stopping it.