Odyssey Impact: The Conversations

Church's Role in the Work of Anti-Racism & Policing

October 05, 2020 Odyssey Impact with Rev. Terrance McKinley Season 2 Episode 7
Odyssey Impact: The Conversations
Church's Role in the Work of Anti-Racism & Policing
Show Notes

Odyssey Impact’s Young Adult Initiative convened a conversation on how the Christian Church of 2020 can show up to help lead the work of anti-racism in society and equitable policing in Black and Brown communities. 

The town hall was led by Rev. Terrance McKinley, Director of Racial Justice and Mobilizing, Sojourners and Senior Pastor, Campbell AME Church. 

Panelists included: Rev. Jazmine Brooks, Itinerant Deacon, AME Church, Program Director, Mary Baldwin University Office of Inclusive Excellence, Rev. Tyler Sit, Pastor and Church Planter, New City Church, Oriana Mayorga, Vice Chair of the Board of Directors, Students for Sensible Drug Policy and Rev. Leslye Dwight, Minister of Social Justice, Community of Hope AME Church.

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