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Daniel Hodge - October 21, 2018

S.3 E.2 Afro Latina Power and Might: Esperanza Gene

S.3 E.2 Afro Latina Power and Might: Esperanza Gene

This week I sit down with a sharp mind and a rising theologian, Esperanza Gene. Wow...her story is simply amazing and we cover a lot of ground. Esperanza Gene is a Detroit native of proud Latina and African American descent. She lives at the intersection of art, activism, academia, and pastoral ministry. She received her BA in Theology and BA in English Professional Writing from Oakwood University, and is currently completing two degrees at Fuller Theological Seminary: MA in Theology and MA in Intercultural Studies. For work, Esperanza is the Project Assistant for the Multicultural Youth Ministry at Fuller Youth Institute. There she creates research informed practical resources for African American and Latino congregations. In all things she is deeply guided by practical theology that responds to social problems. Her priorities and passions include racial equity, social justice work, interdisciplinary research, faith and justice re-integration, wellness, and humanization of marginalized peoples through story. Aside from work she's a foodie, gymrat, hiker, and fashion-lover with eternal wanderlust and an even longer reading list. Yeah, you've got to check this one out!

From Series: "Profane Faith"

A podcast that engages faith, on the margins. Faith that has been labeled, profane, non-conformist, and/ or “out there.” We’ll be exploring the intersections of the sacred, secular, and profane to find God.

Esperanza on Twitter     Esperanza Writing it up     Daniel Camacho's Essay Response to that Whack CT Study     That Trump Evangelical Study     Daniel Camacho's Tweet on that study

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