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Our next episode with pastor/artist Danyelle Thomas will be released December 22.
Pastor/artist Darci Jaret sees art as pastoral care, an avenue to healing and discovery.
Singer/songwriter/performer Rahbi sheds some "pure light" in this conversation and performance.
Fine Art Photographer Dana Montlack collaborates with scientists to explore the interconnectedness of life and the impact of climate change.
Installation artist Rose Smith uses multimedia presentations centered around photography to tell stories of African-American life. Her latest projects focus on the effects of gentrification.
Journalist/filmmaker Civia Tamarkin discusses her documentary Birthright: A War Story, which sheds light on women who have become collateral damage in the efforts to dictate reproductive healthcare.
Scholar/pastor/artist Gregory C. Ellison II reflects on Martin Luther King, OutKast, and the importance of having your own Yodas.
Inspirational speaker DaQuarius "Q" Greene shares how one bad decision can change a person's life forever.
Atlanta hip hop artist Joe Stu on how his lyrics and themes are influences by his visual art, his academic research, and his experience as a teacher.
Playwrights Lindsay Carpenter and Rebekah Boroughs collaborated on the play ______ Is a Rapist, a powerful reflection on the impact of sexual assault and rape culture.
Micah Dalton and Anthony Aparo are the folk duo Dwayne Shivers. The self-described "odd couple" stopped by the aijcast studio for an intimate conversation and performance.
Pastor/activist Seth Wispelwey shares what it has been like to be on the frontlines of non-violent activism in Charlottesville.
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