Many of us have family and friends who are not convinced that who we elect right now matters, for our children, for our planet, for the common good. The liberation and thriving of white folks is inextricably tied to the common good, the well-being of our neighbors.
Join special guests Jessica Baen and Tommy Airy as they discuss how to have hard conversations with loved ones, to move us all toward justice. Then join a conversation facilitated by Rev. Amanda Hambrick Ashcraft, Rev. John Janka, Susan Davis, Rod Colburn, Alli Malafronte, Graham Ashcraft and Jake Hughes.
Jessica Baen serves as a mediator, facilitator and trainer at the Center for Creative Conflict Resolution at New York City's Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings. She also works with non-profit and community organizations to bridge divides in our society, whether cultural, political or religious.
Tommy Airey was born and raised on stolen, unceded Acjachemen territory (“Orange County, California”) and currently lives in the watershed the Molalla and Paiute called Towarnehiooks (“Deschutes River, Oregon”). He and his wife-partner Lindsay work for Kardia Kaiomenē, a community-supported non-profit, partnering with families and faith communities to equip and accompany all those whose hearts burn for intimacy, community and justice. He is the co-curator of RadicalDiscipleship.Net, book review editor for Geez Magazine and author of Descending Like a Dove: Adventures in Decolonizing Evangelical Christianity (2018).