Something a little different for this show. I talked about forgiveness, and recruited some friends to share their thoughts too. Jo from here at Koinonia, LiveJournal superstar Jameth, Brad, Muggs, and Laurence Simon join in for the fun. Also, peep my new artwork by John Ong.
I take a walk on the peace trail and talk about where I might go from here, the effect that working for a community rather than a paycheck has had on me, my perception of God and the disgusting things my roommate leaves in the fridge.
Community member Ellie Castle tells the story of how Clarence Jordan started Koinonia Farm.
Please excuse the crazy static in the first few minutes, it goes away, I promise.
This week I share some segments of interviews with Clarence Jordan from 1956 and 1968, answer some questions from fellow podcaster Zillafag, and talk about my experience coming out to the spiritual companions. Music from Dave Calderbank, Ryuichi Sakamoto and The Ballet.
First podcast from Koinonia featuring interviews from the 11th annual Freedomwalk, a 100 mile walk that calls attention to jailhouse conditions, courtroom practices and policies, and law enforcement behavior — orchestrated by the Prison and Jail Project.
Music: None Of Us Are Free: Solomon Burke
Listen To Your Mother: Finniston
I Woke Up This Morning: Rutha Harris
I first met Ray Hill in the early 90’s when I became involved with Queer Nation. As a fledgling queer activist, he was always someone I looked up to, as I do to this day. As my time here in Houston is coming to an end, I felt that Ray was one of those people I needed to talk to before I left.
Among his accomplishments are winning four Federal suits against the City of Houston, including a landmark First Amendment US Supreme Court Case: Houston v Hill 107 S.Ct 2502.
Ray was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the ACLU, Texas in 2005. winning four Federal suits against the City of Houston, including a landmark First Amendment US Supreme Court Case: Houston v Hill 107 S.Ct 2502.
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