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on worship as activism, spiritual strongholds, local/national partnerships
Recorded June 20, 2020
At the time, Michelle Higgins was Director of Worship and Outreach, South City Church
What is some practical advice you would give to Christians around the country in terms of racial justice activism?
I often hear Christians, especially White Christians, say that they do not have any connection to what has happened in the past. What is your response to that?
Christians have a mixed history in terms of racial justice activism in the U.S. Can you speak to that a bit?
Can you talk more about the importance of participating in partnerships that bring about proximity?
What is the relationship between healing ourselves and healing unjust systems?
What would you say to someone who is reluctant to engage racial justice activism because of the enormity and complexity of it all?
How can worship help with racial justice activism?
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