Trying to be a Revolutionary: Reflections on Angela Davis and Michelle Alexander Part 1

 

Welcome to Part 1 of CREAD’s Moving the Culture Podcast: Trying to be a Revolutionary: Reflections on Angela Davis and Michelle Alexander.

In this episode 1/3 of our hosts Khalilah Brann reflects on “The Spirit of Justice” talk presented by Union Theological Seminary at Riverside Church between Angela Davis and Michelle Alexander with CREAD bloggers Khalya Hopkins and Abram Guerra. Together they discuss the importance of having a spiritual practice while doing social justice work, “activism as a matter of faith,” prison and education abolition and what it means to be a revolutionary.

 

 

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