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Kim_Embracing the Other_cov_9780802872999I will be doing a workshop on my new book, “Embracing the Other”(Eerdmans) at the TEACH-IN: Tools, Best Practices and Strategies for Faith-Rooted Organizing in NYC.

Please join us Oct 30, 2015 at Auburn Seminary.

The book, “Embracing the Other” is now available on Amazon.

 

TEACH-IN: Tools, Best Practices, and Strategies for Faith-Rooted Organizing in NYC

Faith-Rooted Organizing UnNetwork

Friday, October 30, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM (EDT)

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Faith-rooted organizing is gathering people for social change, drawing on the deepest wells of faith. This day-long training will equip faith leaders with organizing tools and spiritual practices that will enable us to be skilled advocates on behalf of those most in need in our Beloved Big Apple.Drawing on the faith-inspired organizing strategies of Cesar Chavez, Dorothy Day, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., faith-rooted organizing sees faith as a vital resource for our organizing and advocacy efforts.

Learn how an innovative model of Faith-Rooted Organizing is inspiring people of faith around the world to pick up the tools of organizing anew, right here in the Big Apple. 

A team of expert trainers — Alexia Salvatierra, Ray Rivera, Jennifer Bailey, Linda Sarsour, Micky ScottBey Jones, Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Isaac Luria and others— will be offering a day of inspiring trainings to teach the skills YOU need to make change in your community. 

Click Here to sign up. Entry Fee is $20 and includes lunch. 

In our morning session, faith-rooted organizing “la madrina” of the movement, Alexia Salvatierra will offer an overview of the fundamental principles and practices of faith rooted-organizing.  The afternoon will tap into the collective wisdom of the beloved community gathered there. Scholarships available email Holly@transformnetwork.org

This training is made possble by the following partnerships: San Francisco Theological Seminary, The Micah Institute, The Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Middle Collegiate Church, Transform Network, Faith-Rooted Organizing UnNetwork and Auburn Seminary.

Have questions about TEACH-IN: Tools, Best Practices, and Strategies for Faith-Rooted Organizing in NYC? Contact Faith-Rooted Organizing UnNetwork

When & Where

Auburn Theological Seminary
475 Riverside Dr #1800
New York, NY 10115

Friday, October 30, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM (EDT)

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Faith-Rooted Organizing UnNetwork

My workshop:

We live in a time of great racial strife and global conflict unveiled in the issue of immigration. This seminar will help you analyze immigration through a post-colonial lens and equip you with the tools for comprehensive immigration reform. How do we work toward healing, reconciliation, and justice among all people, regardless of gender, race and religion?

In her new book Embracing the Other Grace Ji-Sun Kim argues that it is possible only through God’s Spirit. Working from an Asian American feminist perspective, Kim develops a new constructive global pneumatology that works toward gender and racial justice. Drawing on the concept of spirit breath in Asian and indigenous cultures, she reimagines the divine as “Spirit God” who is restoring shalom in the world. This “Spirit God” concept, Kim says, provides a holistic understanding of both God and humans that extends beyond gender, race and religion. Through the power of Spirit God our brokenness is healed and we can truly love and embrace the Other. Come out and learn how to channel your erotic power through gathering people for comprehensive immigration reform today.

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