St. David’s Anti-Racism History Project: The Two Reverends Fontaine

Presented by Laura Hernández-Ehrisman, Ph.D. a member of St. David’s Anti-Racism Task Force. Explore a new project developed by the task force that reckons with issues of race and white supremacy in our own parish to tell a more honest and inclusive story of St. David’s. Dr. Hernández-Ehrisman will share one of these stories that…

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Episode 248: Hard Times on the Tex-Mex Border with John Burnett

John Burnett is NPR's Southwest correspondent based in Austin, Texas. He covers immigration, border affairs, Texas news and other national assignments. In 2018 and again in 2019, he won a national Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio-Television News Directors Association for continuing coverage of the immigration beat. In this…

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Episode 244: Kingdom, Peace, and Justice with The Rev. Dr. Chuck Treadwell

The Rev. Chuck Treadwell is the 14th rector of St. David's Episcopal Church in Austin, TX. Fr. Chuck went to seminary at the University of the South in Sewanee, TN. After graduating in 1989, Chuck was ordained a deacon at St. Matthew’s Cathedral in Dallas that same year. His first…

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Episode 240: Who Do People Say I Am? Intro to Gender and Sexuality in Youth (and Everyone Else), with Sarah Kapostasy and Caden Campbell

Sarah Kapostasy, LPC, is the founder of Sarah Kapostasy Consulting. She has provided education and training to a variety of professionals, particularly within the field of public health, for the past 10 years. Sarah was formerly a Mental Health Specialist with the CARE program at Austin Travis County Integral Care,…

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You Are My Brother: Lessons Learned Embracing a Homeless Community with Dr. Judith D. Knotts

Judith D. Knotts is a consultant, speaker, and mentor. Her passionate story of living with the homeless demonstrates how each person deserves the same treatment and that society must learn to befriend the homeless instead of shun them away. Dr. Knott’s professional career has centered on education as a consultant…

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Episode 201: Race in the Episcopal Church with The Rev. Dr. Dan Joslyn-Siemiatkoski

The Rev. Dr. Daniel Joslyn-Siemiatkoski is the Duncalf-Villavoso Professor of Church History at Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, Texas. He is also the Dean of Community Life and Diversity. His areas of research are Anglican and Episcopal history, Jewish-Christian relations ancient and modern, Anglican ecclesiology, and contemporary interfaith dialogue.…

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