Social Justice Spotlight

Framed with a time of biblical reflection,  

Bishop Lynn Thrush will be facilitating

as Nekiesha Alexis & Pastor Tracie Hunter

speak about how we should understand

the ways the media influences us.

The Church Addresses

Peace, Justice & Racial Reconciliation:

Consuming Media Responsibly

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Bishop Lynn Thrush

Join us on Zoom

January 21st

7-8:30 EST 

6-7:30 CST

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Nekeisha Alayna Alexis

Intercultural Competence and Undoing Racism coordinator at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary

As Intercultural Competence and Undoing Racism coordinator, Nakeisha leads a team of teaching faculty, administrators and students in the ongoing work of AMBS’s strategic priority of undoing racism and building intercultural competence throughout the institution. As an independent scholar focused on issues of human and other animal oppression, she writes and speaks extensively in the areas of Christian theology and ethics, critical animal studies and related issues.

Pastor Tracie Hunter

Sr. Pastor of Western Hills Brethren in Christ Church

 Cincinnati, OH

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Tracie Hunter is Pastor of Western Hills Brethren in Christ Church in Cincinnati and became the first African American judge elected to Hamilton County's (OH) Juvenile Court in 2010. She is an advocate for racial justice who openly shares her own moving story to that end. 

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Sponsored by... 

Mennonite Central Committee

and BIC Great Lakes Conference

Hosted by The Seed

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