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Thursday, June 13 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Core Conversation 2: Bridge Building in Polarizing Times

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Can the work of bridge building be done without perpetuating harm? We know shallow appeals to unity often invalidate trauma and fail to account for the deep roots of polarization. Yet, as people of faith, we are called to build the beloved community beyond our ideological barriers. A panel of practitioners from a variety of fields will offer practical insight for navigating this work.

Moderators
avatar for Rev. Adam Russell Taylor

Rev. Adam Russell Taylor

Executive Director, Sojourners
Adam Russell Taylor is executive director of Sojourners. He previously led the Faith Initiative at the World Bank Group, served as a vice president at World Vision U.S., and worked as a White House fellow in the White House Office of Cabinet Affairs and Public Engagement. He is the... Read More →

Featured Participants
avatar for Rev. Dr. Becca Stevens

Rev. Dr. Becca Stevens

President, Thistle Farms
Becca Stevens is an author, priest, and founder and president of Thistle Farms, a nonprofit social enterprise that helps survivors of trafficking and addiction. She has been named a White House Champion of Chang and a CNN Hero, and she holds numerous honorary doctorates. Her work... Read More →
avatar for Rev. Jennifer Bailey

Rev. Jennifer Bailey

Faith Matters Network
Jennifer Bailey is the founder and executive director of Faith Matters Network and co-founder of the People’s Supper. Since 2017, the People’s Supper has hosted over 1,400 dinners focused on bridging divides across the U.S. Bailey is ordained in the African Methodist Episcopal... Read More →
avatar for Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove

Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove

School for Conversion
Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove is a preacher, author, and moral activist. He directs the School for Conversion in Durham, North Carolina and works closely with the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival. His most recent book is about how American Christianity can find... Read More →
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Tim Dixon

Co-founder, More in Common
Tim Dixon is co-founder of More in Common, which works to unite divided societies. Before moving to New York in 2010, he was the chief speechwriter for two Australian prime ministers. He has built seven social mission organizations and recently co-authored Hidden Tribes, a report... Read More →
avatar for Rev. Dr. Randy Woodley

Rev. Dr. Randy Woodley

activist/scholar and distinguished speaker, teacher, wisdom keeper, Eloheh/Eagle’s Wings and Eloheh Farm
Randy Woodley is an activist/scholar, speaker, teacher, and wisdom keeper. A legal descendent of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians, Woodley and his wife are co-sustainers of Eloheh/Eagle’s Wings, a nonprofit service organization, learning center, and community, currently... Read More →
avatar for Joann Lee Kim

Joann Lee Kim

Teaching artist
Joann Lee Kim is a teaching artist working at the intersection of art, justice, and faith. She uses her training in conflict transformation to organize socially engaged, collaborative art projects. Her own works confront injustice and humanize people. She lives and works in Seatt... Read More →
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The Many

The Many is an uncommon, intentionally diverse collective making music for people to sing together about peace and justice and world where all belong. Lead singers Darren Calhoun, Leslie Michelle, and Hannah Rand draw on indie pop and gospel influences to create music that honestly... Read More →


Thursday June 13, 2019 10:30am - 12:00pm
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