Please See Us

Please See Us

I posted this on Facebook on November 25th, 2014, two years ago. It showed up as a memory on Facebook today and I share it because all of the statements are still so raw and true. I added the response of one friend of mine, an indigenous American because her addition...
Love Thy Neighbor

Love Thy Neighbor

I am back home in Atlanta from facilitating a wonderful workshop at Wake Forest Divinity with a nasty, nasty cold but that is ok. Nice metaphor for my life right now. Last night as I got off the Marta train station at Brookhaven, there were 3 of us ladies with our...
Everything Refugees

Everything Refugees

I attended a two day workshop in Atlanta this week called “Inclusive Leadership in Refugee Resettlement: Local and Global Perspectives.” This was part of the 18th Annual Global Conference of the International Leadership Association, which was held in Atlanta this past...
Heal The Hole

Heal The Hole

So today, I was not scheduled to put out a blog post. But I chose to. You see, I like waking up in the morning, enjoying my morning devotion and then, over a cup of coffee, I love to scroll on Facebook. This morning, I saw the beautiful picture posted by my childhood...
Is Your Community Craving Space?

Is Your Community Craving Space?

Last week, I talked about my work as a Faith and Justice Leader with the Youth Theological Initiative at Emory. Over the 4th of July weekend, the scholars visited locations throughout Atlanta and observed how different communities celebrated the 4th of July. One thing...

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