As a person of faith, I regularly question my intentions of welcoming the stranger. It is a simple question we all must ask when we navigate the world around us.
What does travel look like this summer? The year 2020 presents unusual circumstances in the midst of global civil rights protests and the COVID-19 pandemic. In late May and early June, the murders of African-Americans at the hands of whites played out on televisions, cell phones, tablets, computers and other devices around the world.
A U.S. District Court has denied an effort by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the state of South Carolina to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Lambda Legal, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the ACLU of South Carolina and South Carolina Equality on behalf of a married lesbian couple, Eden Rogers and Brandy Welch.
This is a feature-length documentary film by Meg Daniels that focuses on the struggles of being a transgender person and holding on to one’s faith in the South. Featuring Rev. Dawn Flynn, Rev. Mykal Shannon, Rev. Debra Hopkins and Rev. Liam Hooper. Free admission and no ticket required.