Join your hosts Sonja Miller, Rev. Erika Forbes, and Rev. Angela Williams as we create and hold space for courageous conversations about abortion, faith, and politics. The dominant narrative about religion doesn’t reflect who we are, what we believe, and how we live. When we’re not speaking out during the Texas legislative session (or lege for short), we’re digging deep to share stories that can change the world.
Stories drive culture. Culture drives politics. Faith affects all of it.
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This episode features a conversation with reproductive justice activist Rev. Kenyetta Chinwe from SisterSong. Kenyetta shares their life journey that led to ordination, releasing a record, and working for reproductive justice. Join us as we learn how reproductive justice touches every part of our lives.
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On this episode abortion storyteller, CoWanda Rusk beautifully weaves together her faith story and her abortion story. Listen as she shares how God was with her every step of the way while she navigated the complicated abortion system in Texas. Stories drive culture. Culture drives politics. Faith affects all of it.
This episode features Amy Hagstrom Miller, Founder, CEO, and President of Whole Woman’s Health and Whole Woman’s Health Alliance, one of the nation’s leading independent abortion providers. Amy shares her work eradicating stigma, boosting self-esteem, and examining identity through abortion care. Then we dig into a provocative reflection on words from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and what he can teach us about abortion advocacy today.