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DOING JUSTICE INTENSIVES are anti-racism communities for emerging leaders. This is an opportunity for leaders under 30 to be guided through a 4-week journey towards a lifestyle of justice. This weekly interactive digital curriculum is followed by a 60 minute webinar with a small group of emerging leaders engaging in courageous conversations. Our Chasing Justice BIPOC facilitators will curate a brave space where we can imagine a better way to live

There could not be a more timely need to engage the issue of  “Immigration”, including: 

  • Global Realities and the US Context, (pathway to citizenship, DACA, Refugees, etc) 
  • Testimonies from both immigrants and Christians working in the field
  • Integration of issues of race and class and how that impacts experiences of immigration.
  • Biblical, theological, and social reflection on four different Christian responses to Immigration: (1) Respect Government Laws; (2) Show Hospitality Regardless of Government Laws; (3) Change Immigration Laws and the Social System; and (4) Obey a Higher Law.

Join a “Doing Justice” group for four weeks  starting on October 26th for a special rate of $49 for Chasing Justice Patreon Community (normally $69). Only 20 slots are available in each group, so sign up now!

Your facilitators will be two amazing Chasing Justice Team Members:

Jess Galvan is an experienced contributing writer and editor with a demonstrated history of working in publishing and faith and justice spaces. 

Jon Aragón is an Afro-Latino advocate, entrepreneur, and storyteller. A proud son of Colombian immigrants, Jon has a heart for the unique beauty and challenges of immigrants and Latino/a people.

And you will be joined by the following international activists:

Sami DiPasquale, the founder of Abara, has spent the last eighteen years immersed in refugee and immigrant communities in the U.S. His work has emerged out of 15 years of neighborhood-based work with youth and families in the Rio Grande District, a beautiful community in the heart of El Paso. 

Jenny Yang is the Senior Vice President of Advocacy and Policy at World Relief where she provides oversight for all advocacy initiatives and policy positions for the organization and leads the organization’s public relations efforts.

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