Rae Ingram is creating a new kind of podcast for queer people of color and their allies. She is a poet, spoken word artist, writer, actress, student and a lover of Christ. Rae is currently enrolled at Chicago Theological Seminary, where she is pursuing her Masters in Divinity with a focus in Chaplaincy.
QueerVotion can be found at www.queervotion.com and on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @queervotion. It releases every Wednesday on Apple Podcasts and SoundCloud.
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Alicia Crosby is a lover, healer, cultivator of space, and chaser of all things beautiful, divine, and just. She's the co-founder of the Chicago based nonprofit Center for Inclusivity.
In this episode, Alicia sits down with Matthias to talk about the very real work that goes into creating truly inclusive and "protected" space.
You can follow Alicia's work on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram - @aliciatcrosby. To find out more about Center for Inclusivity, go to...
Author and blogger Laura Beth Taylor shares her story as a transwoman of faith and chats about how living authentically doesn't necessarily mean living without a filter.
Check out Laura Beth's blog: www.laurabethtaylor.com
Grab a copy of her book, Shattering Masks: http://a.co/gSkTnuZ
Brit & Sami Barron believe that every coming out should be celebrated, so they started sending celebration packages to newly out people and YAY Packages were born. They live in California where Brit is a pastor and Sami is a creative director and together they work to celebrate love wherever they find it. In this episode we talk about navigating churches as a queer couple, Brit's Ted talk "What Beyonce Taught Me About Race", marriage, and of course, YAY packages.
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Recording artist Trey Pearson made headlines when he came out. This past week, his new solo album Love is Love released. In this episode, Matthias and Trey discuss the new album and the part of coming out nobody talks about: grief.
She's danced alongside Nicki Minaj, Tori Kelly, and teaches at Millennium Dance Complex: professional dancer and choreographer Jasmine Rafael talks about her faith, dancing, and the importance of getting into our bodies.