Will join moderator Melissa Harris-Perry, Opal Tometi, William Barber, and Ruby Bridges in exporting how the faith tradition in America has historically been interwoven with the quests for justice and equality; how this compares with the role faith has played in social change movements worldwide; and how faith, even in - and perhaps especially in - today’s more global and secular world, provides a framework to provoke compassion and equity across the most challenging social and political issues of our time.
Joining St Mark's Cathedral as the speaker and preacher for their Pride Weekend festivities.
Speaking on the intersection of justice and sacraments.
Speaking about theology from the underside.
Speaking to Yale's secular humanist community on "Black Lives Matter: A Moment or a Movement?"
Speaking to divinity students, faculty, and staff on “Gender, Sexuality, Race, and Justice in 140 Characters or Less”.