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on community activism, living in proximity, following the leadership of people of color
Recorded July 8, 2020
At the time, Shane Claiborne was Director, Red Letter Christians
Can you share a little about your background and the work you are doing?
Why do you believe proximity is so important?
What are some practical ways we can work toward racial justice today?
You have been committed to serving in partnership with other Christians. Why is that important?
Why is it helpful for individuals who are White to serve under the leadership of individuals of color?
You've been doing activism work for a long time. If you could go back in time, is there anything you would do differently?
Sadly, leaders of color are often not given speaking opportunities at conferences. How can we help that to change?
I appreciate your willingness to take courageous stands on issues. What have you learned about overcoming pushback?
Is there anything we have not touched on that you would like to share?
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