As I write you all in this moment, the sun bathing my skin, we celebrate Earth Day weekend, and I am reminded about the power of our spirits to honor the light and make the world better.
This week I listened to everything from a T.D. Jakes sermon on radical faith to poet Lucille Clifton lamenting our destruction of nature.
Check it out:
Poet Lucille Clifton on how casually we dismiss “life that doesn’t look like us in her piece, “The Killing of the Trees.”
Bishop T.D. Jakes talks about activating radical faith by leaping
If you’re in the MD / DC / VA area peep this art exhibit in Washington, D.C. highlighting the work of women photographers from the Arab world
Author Dr. Karsonya Whitehead on creating her book, Race Brave: New and Selected Works, inspired by the Baltimore uprising
I discovered this amazing feminist website / pub., Femotrospection, on Instagram and fell in love, texting friends. I am still exploring all the awesome articles. Take a peak, you’ll want to stay a while!
Christian singer Mali on believing God, even when we feel alone.
Actor Robert Redford on Earth Day and why it matters
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