Political Action & Spirituality

In what ways can spirituality bridge divided political lines? How can people of faith resist, work with, help, re-imagine, or challenge governments in helpful and sustainable...

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Stacy Rector: Finding Common Ground

Finding common ground makes it easier to search and discover: "Just what does my faith say about this?"

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Stacy Rector: The Miracle of Forgiveness

Rev. Stacy Rector, the Executive Director of Tennesseans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty, talks about the miracle that happens when people who...

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Sayota: It's About More Than Mascots

In this Encounter, Sayota an Apache(N'de) First Nations Person addresses the mascot controversy and more pressing issues in the Native American...

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Paul Mego: Faith Communities & Politics

In this Encounter, Dr. Paul A. Mego talks about the connection between political issues and faith communities.

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Everything You Need to Know to Vote like a Boss!

The following Encounter provides facts and tips on voting in the US.

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Guided Paths
Ashley Coleman, Adult Education Coordinator for the Nashville International Center for Empowerment, corrects several misconceptions about Tennessee's refugee and immigrant communities.
about 2 years ago
Reflections
The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows is a web series that coins and defines new words for strangely powerful emotions. Watch their video for the word “sonder” and use the accompanying prompts for personal reflection.
about 2 years ago
Encounters
Ashley Coleman, Adult Education Coordinator for the Nashville International Center for Empowerment, corrects several misconceptions about Tennessee's refugee and immigrant communities.
about 2 years ago
Guided Paths
Pratik Dash, campaign organizer for the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, speaking about empowering individuals through voting and breaking the silence of injustice.
over 2 years ago
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Breaking the Silence

Use some of these tools in order to break the silence in your local community, especially around voting and immigrant and refugee rights.
over 2 years ago
Reflections
The poet Audre Lorde wrote these powerful words in order to press the importance of speaking. Say these words silently in your hears, then say them aloud. Listen to yourself speak. Reflect upon your own fears and the fears of others.
over 2 years ago
Encounters
Pratik Dash, campaign organizer for the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, speaks about breaking the silence through empowering people to vote and stand up for the other.
over 2 years ago
Guided Paths
Ashley Coleman, Adult Education Coordinator for the Nashville International Center for Empowerment, discusses the importance of supporting immigrants learning and becoming knowledgeable of their communities.
over 2 years ago
Reflections
Reflection on hospitality, relationship, and community.
over 2 years ago

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