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Whose Forty Acres Is It Anyway? w/ Sarah Quint
Life After Leaven Podcast
In this episode, Tamice and Sarah discuss the need to reframe the way we think about land and belonging. They examine how, for many Black and Indigenous people, land is tied to cultural identity, how colonialism has threatened that relationship, and how this has resulted in deep-seated issues around identity, belonging, and community.
Life After Leaven is a podcast where guests from various faiths and backgrounds share their perspectives, anecdotes, and insight regarding how to move forward after leaving toxic faith and religion. We’ll be asking the tough questions and finding creative solutions to complex cultural issues. With a mix of serious discourse and witty banter, join us for a thought-provoking examination of how, together, we can rebuild an unleavened faith.
Sarah's Book Reccomendation: Decolonizing Evangelicalism where Dr. Randy Woodley and Bo Sanders distinguish between being “anticolonial” and “decolonial” depending on your social location and intended direction within colonialism and the album she's currently binging.
Life After Leaven is written and produced by Tamice Namae Speaks LLC. It is sponsored by Sub:Culture Incorporated, a 501c3 committed to eradicating cultural, social, spiritual, financial, and academic barriers for Black College Students. You can learn more about the work of Sub:Culture Inc by visiting www.subcultureinc.org and following @subculture_incorporated.
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