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Documentary series highlights familial struggles

‘A Love Supreme’ Documentary Explores Rupture, Isolation and Reconciliation Between Queer Black Southern Christians and Their Families

The online trailer for “A Love Supreme: Black, Queer, and Christian in the South,” is an upcoming documentary series following black Christian southern families striving to reconcile religiously instilled anti-LGBTQ beliefs with the immense love they have for their queer family members.

Bishop Tonyia M. Rawls

Talking About Liberating LGB/T People Through Theology

In Charlotte, Bishop Tonyia M. Rawls created the Freedom Center for Social Justice (FCSJ) 10 years ago to be a “culture-shifting organization committed to the growth, safety, and empowerment of marginalized populations.”

Evangelical pastor aims to criminalize gay sex

Commentary: Republican nominee Mark Harris nabs support from Second Lady Karen Pence to take House of Representative seat

As midterms approach the country and the scale of Lady Liberty continues to sway Left or Right, many concerning factors continue to weigh-in. Most recently, the U.S. Supreme Court added Brett Kavanaugh to the bench.

Triad: Honored Professor, Foundation Grants, Church Recognition

Carolinas News Notes

A professor at Wake Forest School of Medicine has been honored for his research on transgender community healthcare, the Guilford Green Foundation will hold its granting ceremony on June 29 and First Lutheran Church has been recognized by Reconciling Works (formerly Lutherans Concerned/North America) as a Reconciling in Christ congregation.

Our People: Q&A with Gerald Gurss

Artistic Director, Composer

At a time when I was battling religious brainwashing (thank you, Southern Baptist Church), that chorus became more of a mental health refuge than an arts organization.