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Ep 13: Called to … Organize?

June 16, 2021

What role do clergy have in community organizing? Janna Louie, an ordained American Baptist minister, describes the lessons she’s learned partnering with organizations on the ground. She shares her experiences from Atlanta to Los Angeles to Malaysia — and why place matters so much in organizing. 

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