What I’ve been up to, well, recently.
- I presented at the Triangle Case Manager’s Society’s Spring conference, where I sought to demonstrate that the opposite of homelessness is community.
- Was a Lenten Series speaker at Church of The Holy Family, where I spoke on how to build communities of resistance to the Powers That Be.
- Spoke to the Just Faith class at St. Francis of Assisi parish, where we discussed systemic inequality and the Principalities and Powers.
- Launched the Sustaining Member program at The Hughsletter, where folks can choose to pay an optional $48 a year subscription in order to support the project.
- Back at Auburn Seminary for three days to meet with the Economic Justice cohort.
- Preached on MLK weekend at Valley Presbyterian Church in Portola Valley, Calaifornia, and led a workshop on MLK day to discuss ways to build equitable relationships that can change the world.
- After a three and a half year struggle, the City of Raleigh approved the Oak City Center.
- Interviewed and quoted by the Raleigh News and Observer, over my response to the City Council approving the Oak City Center
- Quoted in The Independent Weekly about the funding approval for the Oak City Center
- Spent a week at Auburn Seminary in NYC to help plan a cohort on economic justice in 2017.
Thanks for your interest.