JUST SAY IT

Ginny Berson, Activist, Olivia Records & Racial Justice

September 12, 2020 Jen SluMac Season 1 Episode 18
JUST SAY IT
Ginny Berson, Activist, Olivia Records & Racial Justice
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JUST SAY IT
Ginny Berson, Activist, Olivia Records & Racial Justice
Sep 12, 2020 Season 1 Episode 18
Jen SluMac

JUST SAY IT – S01 E18 - Ginny Berson, Activist, Olivia Records & Racial Justice

JUST SAY IT podcast with host and author, Jen SluMac: Seeking Beloved Community through stories, conversations and questions. Learn more at her website.

Interview Recorded: June 6, 2020

Ginny Z Berson has been a social justice activist her whole life, and is thrilled to be alive at this time of social change.  She is Director of Outreach for World Trust Educational Services; a co-founder of Neighbors for Racial Justice, and the author of Olivia on the Record: A Radical Experiment in Women's Music from Aunt Lute Books.
https://www.world-trust.org
https://www.neighborsforracialjustice.org
https://www.auntlute.com

About Jen SluMac: Jen SluMac is a hope dealer, living a life that aims to make the world beautiful and just for all. She aims to be part of the solution in a world tormented by fear and violence, separateness and isolation. Jen agrees with Mother Teresa who said, “If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.” Jen’s website: https://www.soulnotskin.com

Jen's debut novel, soulnotskin: becoming the me I was meant to be, was inspired by true events. As a queer woman longing for a faith community, her road has been complicated but never deterred. She found her ministry in storytelling… read full bio here

Buy Jen’s book soulnotskin at Amazon (available as kindle, audible & paperback)

Credits:
Produced, recorded, content editing by Jen SluMac
Audio/Content Editing by Stephanie Lamond
Music, Swapping Tubes by Blue Dot Sessions

Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/my/profile)

Show Notes

JUST SAY IT – S01 E18 - Ginny Berson, Activist, Olivia Records & Racial Justice

JUST SAY IT podcast with host and author, Jen SluMac: Seeking Beloved Community through stories, conversations and questions. Learn more at her website.

Interview Recorded: June 6, 2020

Ginny Z Berson has been a social justice activist her whole life, and is thrilled to be alive at this time of social change.  She is Director of Outreach for World Trust Educational Services; a co-founder of Neighbors for Racial Justice, and the author of Olivia on the Record: A Radical Experiment in Women's Music from Aunt Lute Books.
https://www.world-trust.org
https://www.neighborsforracialjustice.org
https://www.auntlute.com

About Jen SluMac: Jen SluMac is a hope dealer, living a life that aims to make the world beautiful and just for all. She aims to be part of the solution in a world tormented by fear and violence, separateness and isolation. Jen agrees with Mother Teresa who said, “If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.” Jen’s website: https://www.soulnotskin.com

Jen's debut novel, soulnotskin: becoming the me I was meant to be, was inspired by true events. As a queer woman longing for a faith community, her road has been complicated but never deterred. She found her ministry in storytelling… read full bio here

Buy Jen’s book soulnotskin at Amazon (available as kindle, audible & paperback)

Credits:
Produced, recorded, content editing by Jen SluMac
Audio/Content Editing by Stephanie Lamond
Music, Swapping Tubes by Blue Dot Sessions

Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/my/profile)